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TSKHINVALI, February 14 (Itar-Tass) —— The South Ossetian Prosecutor General’s Office suspended investigative procedures concerning the opposition's leader Alla Dzhioyeva.
“Doctors do not recommend detectives to speak to Alla Alexandrovna for now. The investigative procedures are suspended until she gets better,” investigator Alan Pliyev said.
At the same time, Dzhioyeva’s communication with the press is unlimited. She gives interview over the phone and in person and declares her probable withdrawal from politics.
Meanwhile, the South Ossetian Interior Ministry evaluated the conduct of law enforcers on February 9. “The operation complied with the law and no force was used,” Deputy Interior Minister Vitaly Gassiyev said.
The condition of Dzhioyeva has stabilized but she continues to receive treatment at the hospital’s cardiology department.