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TSKHINVAL, December 6 (Itar-Tass) — Former presidential candidate of South Ossetia Alla Dzhioyeva said a State Council meeting later on Tuesday would work out further tactic. "Perhaps, it will be a request for political asylum," Dzhioyeva told Itar-Tass.
"It is not possible to lead a normal life in South Ossetia, in accordance with the Constitution and the law," she underlined.
Earlier in the day, the republic's Supreme Court did not grant her appeal against the decision to annul the results of the presidential election.
Chairman of the Court Atsamaz Bichenov said the review had begun late, yet none of Dzhioyeva's supporters were present.
The ex-presidential candidate walked up to the building of the Court, when it had reviewed the issue and the judges retreated to deliberate.
There will be no repeat review, Bichenov said.