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The CEC of South Ossetia published the first data of the presidential elections

A resident of the village of Dzau votes at a polling station in the presidential elections in South Ossetia. Archive photoTSKHINVAL, April 11The current president of South Ossetia, Anatoly Bibilov, is inferior in the presidential elections to Alan Gagloev, according to the first official results of the CEC of the republic, which included 68 percent of the protocols of the territorial election commission of the city of Kvaisa.According to the CEC, Alan Gagloev has 43.51 percent of the vote, Anatoly Bibilov – 42.02 percent. This is followed by Garry Muldarov (4.94 percent), Alexander Pliev (3.06 percent), Dmitry Tasoev (1.35 percent), 0.6 percent voted against all. . Based on the results of processing these protocols, Gagloev is gaining 4.40 percent, Bibilov – 3.6 percent, Muldarov – 0.63 percent, Pliev – 1.23 percent, Tasoev – 0.22 percent, 0.18 percent voted against all. Six territorial electoral commissions have been formed in South Ossetia – in the cities of Tskhinvali and Kvaisa, Leningor, Tskhinvali, Dzau and Znauri districts.Bibilov announced that he was going to the second round of elections together with Alan Gagloev. Kvaisa is the second city of South Ossetia. At the same time, there are still no data on Tskhinval and other three districts. The CEC will publish them at 11.00 am. Five candidates are running for the post of head of state: the current head of South Ossetia, Anatoly Bibilov, who has held this post since April 2017, the leader of the Nykhas party, Alan Gagloev, the former deputy of parliament Dmitry Tasoev, deputy Garry Muldarov and the vice speaker Parliament Alexander Pliev. Some time after the elections, a referendum on unification with Russia is planned. President Bibilov previously told RIA Novosti that his initiative for a nationwide vote on this issue is a step towards the “strategic goal” of the Ossetian people. He noted that Tskhinval had the opportunity to realize this goal back in 2014, when Crimea was reunited with Russia, but then it was not realized. Moscow recognized the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia on August 26, 2008. This happened after the operation to force Georgia to peace, whose troops invaded Ossetian territory and tried to storm Tskhinval. , said the deputy


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