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TSKHINVALI, December 11 (Itar-Tass) —— South Ossetian opposition leader Alla Dzhioyeva has decided to stop the protests.
She addressed the protesters on the Tskhinvali central square to say that her supporters and she “had discussed the fulfillment of the compromise accord and concluded that the accord was being honored.”
The only condition mandatory for the accord’s recognition as fulfilled is the dismissals of the prosecutor general and the Supreme Court chairman subject to the approval by the republican parliament, Dzhioyeva said.
She called on the protesters to go on. About a hundred of people are still staying on the square.
Alan Pliyev, a supporter of Dzhioyeva, told Itar-Tass they would hold a meeting with Acting South Ossetian President Vadim Brovtsev on Monday to discuss cooperation. “One of the questions to be raised at the meeting with Brovtsev will be the appointment of Anatoly Barankevich as a vice-premier,” Pliyev said.
The press service of the South Ossetian president and government said earlier that the opposition did not fulfill the compromise accord on joint efforts in the settlement of the political crisis in the republic, which was signed by then South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity and opposition leader Alla Dzhioyeva, because the unauthorized street actions continued on the central square of Tskhinvali.