From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng (Original Message) Sent: 3/7/2007 1:25 PM Circassian congress of Israel condemns non-recognition of election results in Abkhazia 7.3.2007
The international position of the USA, the countries of the European Union, and the NATO on non-recognition of results of the elections in Abkhazia demonstrates that the leadership of those countries and the international organizations are ready to ignore the moral, universal human values to defend their own interests – in this case geopolitical. The secretary of the Israeli organization “Circassian congress” Adnan Orkiz declared that to "Caucasian unit" correspondent today.
“The USA and the leading the countries of Europe build their policies according to the democratic principles, - the head of the organization notified. – Therefore it is impossible to ignore these states’ position. However on the other hand this circumstance creates their greater responsibility”. The ... >>full artcle...
From: MSN Nicknamepsychoteddybear24 (Original Message) Sent: 3/4/2007 3:59 PM Abkhazia: President, Opposition Trade Accusations By Liz Fuller March 2, 2007 (RFE/RL) -- Less than a week before the March 4 parliamentary elections in Georgia's unrecognized breakaway republic of Abkhazia, opposition candidates have accused President Sergei Bagapsh of interfering in the election process with the aim of ensuring the election of a parliament "loyal" to the present leadership.
Bagapsh has rejected that criticism, but continues to stress that the new legislature should include representatives of all "ethnic minorities."
The existing election law, which both opposition and authorities acknowledge needs amending or replacing, provides for the election of 35 parliament deputies, all in single-mandate constituencies.
Bagapsh told regnum.ru in a January 19 interview that the parliament should be made up not only by Abkhaz but include representatives of other ethnic groups, including ... >>full artcle...
From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng (Original Message) Sent: 3/2/2007 4:43 AM Mar 2 2007 2:22PM South Ossetian MPs to monitor Abkhaz elections
MOSCOW. March 2 (Interfax) - A delegation of South Ossetian observers has left for Abkhazia to monitor the parliamentary elections scheduled to be held in the breakaway republic on Sunday.
"The delegation consists of deputy speaker of the South Ossetian parliament Tarzan Kokoity, chairman of the parliament's budgetary committee Shurvan Kokoyev and head of the parliament's economic policy committee Yury Pliyev," a statement published on the official website of the South Ossetian government on Friday reads.
22/2/2007 Abkhazia refutes information on burning houses by "Group of Georgian Patriots"
Ruslan Kishmaria, plenipotentiary representative of the president of Abkhazia in the Galskiy District, refutes the information, disseminated by a number of Georgian TV companies that the members of the "Group of Georgian Patriots" have burnt down twelve houses in the District.
In fact, the house of Fridon Lagvilava, a resident of the village of Nabakevi, has burned down because of electric wiring malfunctions.
At the same time, Mr. Kishmaria was indignant with presentations on air of a number of Georgian TV companies made by the "Group of Georgian Patriots." Representatives of this Group are openly declaring that by burning down houses of Georgians in the Galskiy District of Abkhazia they take vengeance for their support of ... >>full artcle...
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