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TSKHINVAL, February 8 (Itar-Tass) —— South Ossetia’s interior ministry warned the republic’s citizens of possible criminal liability for taking part in unauthorized rallies and actions.
People who want to take part in unsanctioned rallies must be aware that in line with the law they might be detained and face charges, the ministry’s press service said on Wednesday.
“Any attempts to break public order that might destabilize the situation in the republic will be resolutely stopped by the law enforcement agencies,” the press service said.
The ministry issued a warning ahead of February 10 inauguration ceremony called by theformer candidate for South Ossetian presidency Alla Dzhioyeva.