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#Anatoly Bibilov

South Ossetia to hold Russian annexation referendum on 17 July

President-elect Alan Gagloyev has previously opposed the initiative by the outgoing president, arguing that they should wait for a signal from Moscow.

South Ossetia to hold Russian annexation referendum on 17 July

President-elect Alan Gagloyev has previously opposed the initiative by the outgoing president, arguing that they should wait for a signal from Moscow.

Opposition leader wins South Ossetia presidential election

President-elect Alan Gagloyev is a former intelligence officer of South Ossetia’s KGB.

Opposition leader wins South Ossetia presidential election

President-elect Alan Gagloyev is a former intelligence officer of South Ossetia’s KGB.

Opposition leader wins first round in South Ossetia presidential poll

A second round between Nykhas Party head Alan Gagloyev and President Anatoly Bibilov is expected to be held in two weeks.

Opposition leader wins first round in South Ossetia presidential poll

A second round between Nykhas Party head Alan Gagloyev and President Anatoly Bibilov is expected to be held in two weeks.

South Ossetia to ‘take legal steps’ towards annexation by Russia

The statement from President Anatoly Bibilov came as he fights for re-election and as South Ossetian soldiers in Russia’s military attack Ukraine.

South Ossetia to ‘take legal steps’ towards annexation by Russia

The statement from President Anatoly Bibilov came as he fights for re-election and as South Ossetian soldiers in Russia’s military attack Ukraine.

Key rivals of South Ossetia’s Bibilov barred from running for president

The Central Election Commission refused to register former Defence Minister Ibragim Gassyeyev and MP David Sanakoyev.

Key rivals of South Ossetia’s Bibilov barred from running for president

The Central Election Commission refused to register former Defence Minister Ibragim Gassyeyev and MP David Sanakoyev.

South Ossetia’s president faces calls for impeachment over ‘territorial concessions’

Months before the end of his first term, opposition lawmakers have vowed to seek to remove President Anatoly Bibilov from power. 

South Ossetia’s president faces calls for impeachment over ‘territorial concessions’

Months before the end of his first term, opposition lawmakers have vowed to seek to remove President Anatoly Bibilov from power. 

New government takes shape in South Ossetia ending half-year deadlock

Though the government remains largely unchanged, several new appointments remain.

New government takes shape in South Ossetia ending half-year deadlock

Though the government remains largely unchanged, several new appointments remain.

Five months in, crisis in South Ossetia shows little sign of abating

After months of protests, threats, and boycotting of parliament, the crisis over the death in custody of Inal Dzhabiev is continuing unabated.

Five months in, crisis in South Ossetia shows little sign of abating

By Zarina Sanakoeva

After months of protests, threats, and boycotting of parliament, the crisis over the death in custody of Inal Dzhabiev is continuing unabated.

South Ossetian authorities turn on opposition as political deadlock continues

The Chief Prosecutor has mounted an offensive against the opposition after they threatened to paralyse parliament.

South Ossetian authorities turn on opposition as political deadlock continues

The Chief Prosecutor has mounted an offensive against the opposition after they threatened to paralyse parliament.

Crisis deepens in South Ossetia as MPs threaten to shut down parliament

Protests have continued in Tskhinvali over the death in police custody of local resident Inal Dzhabiyev.

Crisis deepens in South Ossetia as MPs threaten to shut down parliament

Protests have continued in Tskhinvali over the death in police custody of local resident Inal Dzhabiyev.

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