The EU refused to recognize the elections in South Ossetia

The European Union called the parliamentary elections that took place in South Ossetia on 31 May, illegitimate, reports AFP.
In a statement the presidency of the EU the Czech Republic said that Europe does not recognize the legitimacy of any election or its results. "Holding these elections reflects the move away from seeking a peaceful solution to the situation in Georgia" - believed to Evrosoze.
According to the South Ossetia CEC, the elections won by pro-party unity. " In addition, Parliament passed and the Communist People's Party.
Elections were preceded by criticism of the regime of President Eduard Kokoity of the opposition.

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