Abkhaz authorities lack a national agenda |  Astamur Tania and Inal Khashig, video

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national agenda of Abkhazia

Outcome of the Pitsunda affair.  The danger of the practice of “night meetings” by the People’s Assembly.  President Aslan Bzhania lacks a national agenda and has completely replaced it with the policy of “harmonization of legislation.”  Arrest of Abkhazian citizens on the Russian-Abkhaz border, and Abkhaz officials leaking lists of “undesirable citizens” to the special services of another state.  In the next episode of the “CONVERSATION” program, Chegemskaya Pravda editor Inal Khashig speaks with historian Astamur Tania about these topics.

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