Jioeva no longer seeks for political asylum abroad
 Tbilisi 15:30 - 24.02.12 «GHN»
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Opposition leader of the occupied South Ossetia Region of Georgia, Ala Jioeva, who won the so-called presidential elections in December, has changed her mind about seeking political asylum abroad. Ala Jioeva, who remains at Tshkhinvali hospital since February 9, after being beaten up in her office by special units, told local media that she will fight for the defense of the rights of her voters to the end.

Jioeva hopes there will emerge political force in Russia, which will return the situation in occupied region to legal frames.

Ala Jioeva also said she was subjected to political pressure and intimidation and that officers are still guarding her in the hospital.



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