De facto president Alan Gagloev

The so-called parliamentary elections in the de facto Republic of South Ossetia are set to be held on June 9. The date was approved today by the so-called president of the occupied region, Alan Gagloev.

According to the information agency RES, this year, the parliament of the eighth convocation will be elected, with a term of office lasting 5 years. The elections will be held using the proportional-majority electoral system.

The previous parliamentary elections in occupied Tskhinvali were held in 2019. As a result, the so-called ruling party United Ossetia received 14 out of 34 mandates, the Communist Party of the Republic of South Ossetia won one mandate, the People's Unity party won 3, the Nykhaz party won 4, and the People's Party won 5 mandates. Additionally, 7 independent deputies entered the parliament.

The central government of Georgia and the international community do not recognize the elections held in occupied Tskhinvali.

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