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Another political fever in Abkhazia

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The first July week showed the presence of a hotbed of tension in neighboring Abkhazia. And this is against the background of an increase in the flow of Russian tourists to this Caucasian republic and very active Russian-Abkhaz interaction on a whole range of issues: from military-technical to transport.


The boiling point is the idea of ​​the current President of the Republic of Abkhazia, Raul Khadzhimba (or rather, the idea of ​​the opposition, as if adopted by Khadzhimba) to hold a referendum on holding early presidential elections. Residents of the republic this coming Sunday (July 10) are invited to the sites for will, where they can answer the only question of the plebiscite:

Do you consider it necessary to hold early presidential elections in the Republic of Abkhazia?

According to representatives of the Abkhaz authorities, the referendum should show the level of public support for the current president, and if this level is low, Raul Khadzhimba "may resign" for 3 year before the end of the presidential term.

As soon as the current President of Abkhazia announced the preparation of the country for the July referendum, one of the parts of Abkhaz society boiled up - the one that is called opposition-oriented. The organizer of the "boil" - the party "Amtsakhara" ("Tribal lights").

The “summer” referendum (and the idea of ​​holding a referendum as such belonged to the opposition) seemed to opponents of Raul Khadzhimba as an attempt by the acting head of the republic to wreck a real plebiscite against the background of when the majority was distracted by the type of summer earnings for Abkhazia - receiving and serving tourists from Russia. Representatives of opposition circles stated that holding major events of a political nature at the height of the holiday season would lead to an extremely small proportion of the population coming to the plebiscite, and President Khadjimba, whose popularity level (according to the Abkhaz tradition) after the second year of leadership of the republic is enough low, will be able to continue to preside (until 2019 year).

Why was the phrase “according to the Abkhaz tradition” used in the previous paragraph? And it was used because Raul Khadzhimba himself came to power two years ago practically on the wave of a coup after the then opposition (it belonged to Khadzhimba in the year 2014) demanded reforms and the resignation of representatives of the highest authority. The opposition’s constitutional council (of course, there is not a word about the presence of such a body in the republican constitution itself) declared itself the highest authority - against the background of political protests of one part of the local population, which expressed dissatisfaction with the activities of then-President Alexander Ankvab. Ankvab himself decided not to escalate the situation and, under the pressure of the then opposition, in whose ranks Khadzhimba resigned. After that, Raul Khadzhimba became the new Abkhaz president.

Now the Abkhaz political wheel, having made only a part of the complete turnover, again ran into a similar situation. A certain part of the people again expressed discontent, on the streets and squares of Sukhum - meetings with the demands of political and economic changes. The most popular slogans are the decriminalization of the situation in the republic, the fight against corruption, the resignation of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. At the same time, the opposition demanded from the current government to postpone the referendum from July 10 to autumn - at a time when the holiday season ends, bringing most of the funds to the republican budget. Then, according to the opposition, the turnout will be high, and Khajimba will have to participate in the early presidential elections, where he, as they believe in the “Amtsakhara” camp, has little chance.

The main demand of the current Abkhaz oppositionists is the resignation of Khadzhimba himself. He is accused of having violated the promises made in 2014 during the election campaign for constitutional reform “with an eye” to strengthen the role of the government and the parliament. Another accusation of the current Abkhaz president is the lack of formation of the coalition cabinet. True, in this case, the representatives of “Amtsakhara” are pretty crafty, if only because there are those politicians in the camp of the Abkhaz government who were part of the headquarters of competing Raul Khadzhimba during the presidential election of 2014 of the year. In general, rational and feasible demands layered on populist demands, and the case in the solar Black Sea republic again reached open confrontation between two parts of society.

So, on Tuesday, people appeared in the Abkhaz capital with Molotov cocktails in their hands.

Another political fever in Abkhazia


They attacked the building of the Ministry of the Interior, demanding the resignation of its head, Leonid Dzapshby. The protesters broke the gate blocking the way to the courtyard of the Ministry, set fire to the visor of the building itself. According to media reports, at least 16 people suffered during the rally.



Against the background of throwing incendiary bottles with the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Abkhazia, the demonstrators demanded that the current government in the republic assist in opening polling stations (and participating in a referendum) not only directly on Abkhaz territory, but also in the Russian Federation - where the Abkhaz diasporas are the most numerous . We are talking about Moscow, Krasnodar Territory, Karachay-Cherkessia.

The rally of representatives of those who call themselves the opposition, naturally, did not go unnoticed by the current president. Raul Khadzhimba’s initial reaction was as follows:

The referendum will be! And if our people make the decision on the resignation of Khadzhimba, I will accept it. But if this does not happen, I will fight to the end with all the negative aspects that exist in the state. And no one can scare me!


After that, Khadzhimba decided to moderate somewhat the rhetoric and made concessions in relation to the protesters. Having explained his unwillingness to bring the situation to a bloodshed, the President of Abkhazia dismissed the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Leonid Dzapshba.

The main complaints against Dzapshbe from the opposition were connected not only with the high level of “crime” in the politics and economy of the republic, but also with the audio recording that had recently appeared. During this recording, a voice similar to the voice of the Minister of Internal Affairs of Abkhazia announced that he would not allow any of his subordinates to go to a referendum. From the speech that appeared on the Internet:

I'll see who will come to the referendum! My employee will go to a referendum? Yes? Penny to me the price will be! Try to go!


The opposition immediately announced that, by adopting the “rules of the game” regarding a referendum, the current government actually prepared everything for its breakdown - for a minimum turnout and “manipulation” of the results.

However, the dismissal of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dzapshba nevertheless died down the ardor of the protesters and open protests subsided.

Against the background of the information presented above, it can be noted that the political situation in Abkhazia can hardly fail to worry Russia. Since Moscow recognized Abkhaz independence, almost 8 years have passed, and the situation is far from political stability and economic good. A republic with a huge economic potential (the same tourist cluster) and a permanent population of just over a quarter of a million people can’t fully feed themselves. Budget revenues - about 11 billion rubles, of which own - about 25%. All the rest is financial assistance from Moscow. And on the lion’s share of the Russian financial aid, Abkhaz officials cannot really report. That is, there is no full-fledged reporting documentation that answers the question of where the billions of funds allocated by Russia go.

The presidents of Abkhazia are changing, the governments are the same, but things are still there. According to the statements of the current Abkhaz opposition, Russia is ready to provide substantial assistance to Abkhazia and beyond. But in the absence of evidence that Russian funds do not go into the pockets of local kings, Moscow can simply turn off all the help. All the more so because not everything is all right with ourselves and the individual local kings ...

For Russia, such an environment looks, to put it mildly, nervous. The only advantage at this stage can be called the fact that both the current Abkhaz authorities and the opposition declare their unequivocal commitment to the policy of partnership with the Russian Federation. But who can guarantee that in one far from perfect moment the protest waves in Abkhazia will not saddle the faces of a completely different spill - the very ones who are capable of knocking out part of the “hot” Abkhaz population with their heads? No guarantees.

And if Russia confines itself to diplomatic statements that the situation in Abkhazia is an internal affair of the Abkhazians themselves, then it is believed that others will take up the “Abkhazian affair” in the near future. If you are not already engaged ... I would not like to talk about it, but who prevents Turkey from taking on the question of financing the already completely non-system Abkhazian opposition (a billion or other rubles — and ...) to shake the Abkhaz situation to internal strife with blood and chaos? Who prevents to make a similar move of Georgia, which, under such and such an initiative, the “friends” will give money ...

I would like to believe that, after all, there is a state that is ready to prevent this and to establish a truly stable development on the territory of Abkhazia with the help of the Abkhazians themselves - with the stimulation of not a real deceit, but a really working economy. And this state is Russia. If Russia withdraws, the process can go a long way, and it’s definitely not in the hands of Russia itself.
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  1. seti
    seti 7 July 2016 10: 22
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    Perhaps it makes sense to simply take and annex Abkhazia to the Russian Federation. Maybe the time has come. All one currency is ours, people are also ours. Well, holidaymakers on 95% are Russian citizens. Moreover, people want to enter Russia.
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    2. siberalt
      siberalt 7 July 2016 10: 33
      +17
      All the leaders of the Abkhaz tribes would gather, cast lots and rule the country according to a schedule each year. laughing
      1. midivan
        midivan 7 July 2016 19: 11
        +3
        Quote: siberalt
        All the leaders of the Abkhaz tribes would gather, cast lots and rule the country according to a schedule each year. laughing

        the fact is that some leaders there are only able to count backgammon, oh and send laughing
    3. razmik72
      razmik72 7 July 2016 10: 42
      +2
      Quote: seti
      Perhaps it makes sense to simply take and annex Abkhazia to the Russian Federation. Maybe the time has come. All one currency is ours, people are also ours. Well, holidaymakers on 95% are Russian citizens. Moreover, people want to enter Russia.

      To find out whether people want to become part of Russia, you need to hold a referendum, but this is just your assumptions. From all that I read it is clear that the economic blockade declared by Georgia to Abkhazia is quite effective. My friend was in Abkhazia two years ago, drove he went there across the Russian border. When he returned to Armenia a few months later and wanted to enter Georgia, border guards stopped him at the Georgian border and arrested him for crossing the Abkhaz border without the permission of the Georgian authorities. A friend was hardly pulled out of the clutches of Georgian "justice. ", he faced several years in prison.
      1. I am human
        I am human 7 July 2016 15: 16
        +2
        What is the rodent blockade? Abkhazia has a common border with Russia, and the sea is open.
        1. razmik72
          razmik72 7 July 2016 15: 52
          0
          Quote: I'm a man
          What is the rodent blockade? Abkhazia has a common border with Russia, and the sea is open.

          On the Russian side, the border is open, but on the Georgian side it is closed, because of the Georgian blockade, there are no railways and roads through Abkhazia, since 1992 trains haven’t run from Armenia to Russia, the railway is not operational, and earlier, in Soviet times, 20-25 trains with trains to Armenia passed through Abkhazia daily. Yes, and the criminal prosecution from the Georgian side is not my invention, it was subjected not only to my friend, but also to many acquaintances who, unknowingly, visited Abkhazia, and then with they wanted to visit Georgia with the same passports and ended up in a Georgian prison, some got real terms!
          1. Pilat2009
            Pilat2009 7 July 2016 16: 16
            +1
            Quote: razmik72
            but many acquaintances who, by ignorance, first visited Abkhazia, and then with the same passports wanted to visit Georgia and ended up in a Georgian prison

            To avoid this, you just need to go online and google. For example, I have long known that Georgia is stopping such actions
            1. razmik72
              razmik72 7 July 2016 16: 24
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              Quote: Pilat2009
              Quote: razmik72
              but many acquaintances who, by ignorance, first visited Abkhazia, and then with the same passports wanted to visit Georgia and ended up in a Georgian prison

              To avoid this, you just need to go online and google. For example, I have long known that Georgia is stopping such actions

              50-60 year old men often do not browse the Internet, but you confirm my words about the persecution of people who crossed the Russian-Abkhaz border, and then because of ignorance they got to Georgia and had serious troubles there.
              1. Talgat
                Talgat 7 July 2016 19: 13
                +8
                I wanted to say that "political fevers" and squabbles of local oligarchs and clans take place, but the Abkhaz people themselves were and remain one of the most "Soviet" peoples of the former USSR. there, after all, the pioneers wore ties to the last and the memory of the Second World War is preserved and cultivated, etc.

                Abkhazia will enter Eurasia anyway, just as long as the "Washington Regional Committee" is strong there are temporary inconveniences - and it is impossible to join them officially, of course - that's why the presidents of the Eurasian troika are playing any "diplomacy" by explicit agreement

                This regional committee is strong primarily not with missiles and aircraft carriers, but with a huge influence on the Russian population and its government. half of the government’s proteges and a significant part of the population are still influenced by Western propaganda

                What is far to go - even here on the website - you constantly have to challenge the views of the "Westerners" and any liberals or sowers of discord - they constantly have enemies with Iran and China. then Russia urgently needs to go to Europe. then some Russian people offend and need to secede.

                But I'm sure. that Eurasia will rise and be reborn like a Phoenix from the ashes, and all the lost territories will return - and the enemies will retreat - and we will all stop paying "tribute" and return dignity and pride - and not least - the standard of living.

                And all this can only be done together!
                1. Andrew67
                  Andrew67 7 July 2016 23: 37
                  0
                  True thoughts.
    4. AlexTires
      AlexTires 7 July 2016 11: 05
      +7
      Quote: seti
      Moreover, people want to enter Russia.

      Nothing of the kind, for the bulk of the people are satisfied with the status quo, but the fact is that it suits the local elite, who is sitting at the feeding trough, and which may have to be divided if accession happens ... With South Ossetia - yes, but the situation is different there, Ossetians were actually disconnected ...
    5. Sharapov
      Sharapov 7 July 2016 11: 37
      +10
      Quote: seti
      Perhaps it makes sense to just take and annex Abkhazia to the Russian

      What's the point? Does Russia need it? In Crimea, at least the Russian people really aspired to Russia. And there are unemployed people who live mainly due to the holiday season. Yes, they are touring in Moscow - on the topic of man purses and auto-support.

      This is like from a cartoon:
      Abkhazyak Country
      No industry
      No infrastructure
      It is populated by Abkhazians - barbecue and wine makers.
      1. midivan
        midivan 7 July 2016 19: 29
        +1
        Quote: Sharapov
        What's the point? Does Russia need it? In Crimea, at least the Russian people really aspired to Russia. And there are unemployed people who live mainly due to the holiday season. Yes, they are touring in Moscow - on the topic of man purses and auto-support.

        something I have not heard about auto-backing smile Well, about purses, I don’t know for sure, but it's kind of a Georgian business smile and on the account of whether it is necessary or not, and why not? they send money there already, they go to our place to visit us, about Crimea, well, here I am Russian and I have land there and what remains of the house (foundation and grass two meters) and people like me more than one thousand, climate, fruits vegetables , health resorts (there used to be), personally, my opinion should be attached, it is not permafrost and does not require such investments, there I stuck a stick in the ground, the tree will grow smile the normal owner does not scatter the earth smile you might think that this is me out of selfish interest smile I can’t assure you, I haven’t been there since then and am not going to go there, and as for the world community, you need to put it on them if the Abkhazians themselves are ready, and of course they are like a proud hedgehog until you kick, and you need to work on it , but you need to work smile
        1. Sharapov
          Sharapov 10 July 2016 07: 56
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          All nationalities in Moscow on earnings. Ukrainians, Moldovans, Belarusians, Tajiks, Uzbeks - whole teams of builders, workers. Cooks and waiters in restaurants and cafes at one time were 50 percent from dill. NO ABKHAZ ANYWHERE. They are not used to making money by labor. Barbecue and winemakers.
          The benefits of joining - zero, and hemorrhoids, sorry in the ass - even your grandchildren will hiccup. Abkhazia as well as South Ossetia on all world maps is the territory of Georgia.

          In fact, it will be an annexation with all the consequences ...
          I foresee. what the people will write - "We are a great country, we do not care about sanctions, etc.". But on the other hand, in Crimea 85% are Slavs, and in Abkhazia there are 3-4% Slavs, no more, with whom no one has ever reckoned and is not going to reckon.
          The local elite shares power, and this power is not over Abkhazia, but over the cutting of Russian subsidies.
    6. Sergej1972
      Sergej1972 7 July 2016 12: 00
      +2
      Most of the political forces of Abkhazia support the independence of the republic.
    7. weksha50
      weksha50 7 July 2016 13: 12
      +4
      Quote: seti
      Perhaps it makes sense to simply take and annex Abkhazia to the Russian Federation. Maybe the time has come. All one currency is ours, people are also ours. Well, vacationers are 95% of Russian citizens. Moreover, people want to enter Russia.


      It doesn’t fit somehow ... Just about entering Russia - that is, the desire to enter - there is no question ... There is a desire to continue economic friendly relations with Russia, no more ...

      What is this expressed in?
      - Russia "feeds" their state budget by three quarters ...
      - Russian tourists bring another income ...

      THIS is a plus for Abkhazians.
      And what about Russia? Yes, just once again, a hi will rise all over the world about the aggressive imperial policy of Russia, which will once again serve as an impetus for strengthening and expanding NATO, and secondly, WE will get, along with a piece of the beach, a bunch of sybaric gigolos and kept women on the back of our "castrated" budget ...

      So what to do? Execution cannot be pardoned ... Put a comma ...
    8. Homo
      Homo 7 July 2016 14: 32
      +2
      Point-blank I do not see people willing to "enter Russia." There would be a great desire, there would be rallies demanding a referendum on accession. And every fool will be able to "wish" lying on the couch (like most in Donbass).
      PS The tolerance of the site administration has already gotten! Since when did literary expressions become abusive. Dyrak he is a dyrak!
    9. ultra
      ultra 7 July 2016 15: 17
      0
      Quote: seti
      Moreover, people want to enter Russia.

      They (Abkhazians), for the most part, do not want to join.
      1. Lyubopyatov
        Lyubopyatov 7 July 2016 16: 56
        +1
        There is no political culture, there is no knowledge that Russia contains them, there are no cool agreements with Russian departments on control over the spending of Russian aid. There is no effective anti-Turkish propaganda either. Then where do those who wish to join Russia or, even better, strong allied ties with Russia of the independent state of Abkhazia come from - up to uniting the Churches and the power structures of Abkhazia joining the operational subordination to the Southern Military District of the Russian Federation?
    10. Awaz
      Awaz 7 July 2016 20: 43
      0
      There is some truth in your words, but the territory is very criminalized. If the Russian authorities come there, they will either have to burn or negotiate with a sword and fire. The likelihood of another Dagestan growing there is just obvious if you join Russia.
    11. APASUS
      APASUS 7 July 2016 21: 00
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      Quote: seti
      Perhaps it makes sense to simply take and annex Abkhazia to the Russian Federation.

      Why, first of all?
      Abkhazia remained in the middle of the transition from the USSR to gangster criminal capitalism established in Georgia under Saakashvili.
      The country is constantly shaken by scandals with the theft of finances, bribes, lobbying for the interests of certain groups. Abkhazia reminds Ukraine of something - they all want to manage, but look at how much money has been invested in the real sector, which brings fabulous profits. Tourism in the country is like a distant scoop, services are still worse, the country eats itself.
      None of the elites coming was going to think about the country and the people, everyone thinks about the pocket, for this reason there are their own Maidans once a year
  2. seti
    seti 7 July 2016 10: 30
    +2
    Surely, the leadership of the country is working on the step of joining Abkhazia and reuniting South and North Ossetia. In my opinion, this was a bit late. They had to be taken into the Russian Federation two years ago. What did we lose? Sanctions were already imposed to failure, and most importantly, popular support was then the same as now. Perhaps even more. There are our interests - this should always be a priority, the interests of Europe are secondary.
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    2. siberalt
      siberalt 7 July 2016 10: 36
      +6
      Not for that the Abkhazians separated from Georgia to become part of the Russian Federation. Even now they live no worse than us. As for current events, they are a hot and quick-going people. Everything will settle down. There everyone knows each other.
    3. razmik72
      razmik72 7 July 2016 11: 04
      +6
      Abkhazia to join Russia for what? What will this give Russia? Almost all of them have Russian passports in Abkhazia. All these unrest from unresolved economic problems, the Abkhazians themselves must find a worthy answer to the challenges.
  3. Valery Valery
    Valery Valery 7 July 2016 10: 34
    +13
    The fight against corruption in Abkhazia !? This is a struggle against those who take bribes and plunders the budget, and those who want to take bribes and plunder the budget are fighting this struggle.
    1. Andrew67
      Andrew67 8 July 2016 00: 00
      0
      Two years ago I was there. What can I say: the sea is clean, the nature is wonderful, the people are friendly (at least they understand that they earn money), the food is decent, the prices are normal, only the service is not available. There is a sediment from what I saw everywhere. Only hotels are refurbished and expanded and houses for tourists. The rest is complete devastation. Money does not seem to be invested in the economy at all. I talked with many locals who feed on tourism. Everyone invests in Moscow and St. Petersburg (real estate, etc.) in Abkhazia penny. Something like that.
  4. masiya
    masiya 7 July 2016 10: 44
    0
    It feels like the ears here are growing from the CIA and Georgia, a very characteristic emphasis is made and the place is not accidentally chosen, the Abkhaz itself does not need squabbles in FIG ...
    1. Kenneth
      Kenneth 7 July 2016 11: 07
      +3
      Abkhazians have squabbles is a national entertainment
      What in the USSR what now. A year will be lived in vain if once again they did not storm some sort of state barn.
    2. I am human
      I am human 7 July 2016 15: 21
      0
      It’s for sure that the CIA’s five spoilers, and the rodents are buzzing
  5. guzik007
    guzik007 7 July 2016 10: 48
    +10
    Boring story. Free money from Moscow is stolen until the situation explodes. They choose a new "government" - again a fairy tale about a white bull. The psychology of tangerines cannot be broken.
  6. garri-lin
    garri-lin 7 July 2016 10: 55
    +1
    Quote: Valery Valery
    The fight against corruption in Abkhazia !? This is a struggle against those who take bribes and plunders the budget, and those who want to take bribes and plunder the budget are fighting this struggle.

    not in the eyebrow but in the eye. more precisely and not say.
  7. parusnik
    parusnik 7 July 2016 11: 12
    +3
    That's what is characteristic, in Abkhazia itself, those citizens who live there are citizens of Russia, they have Russian passports .. Families in Sukhum live .. they have Russian passports ..
    1. Drozd-den
      Drozd-den 7 July 2016 12: 20
      +1
      in Abkhazia itself, those citizens who live there are citizens of Russia, they have Russian passports.


      It turns out the State in the State.
      And that is not bad arranged. The Russians go there in a rampart, cheap and cheerful. But to know that the Russians did not build the border crossing point, what is going on there who knows who rested in Abkhazia knows.
      Russian money from the same opera is also very convenient, you do not need to print your own. Russian ruble
      it's money, not like paper in the CIS countries.
    2. weksha50
      weksha50 7 July 2016 13: 18
      +1
      Quote: parusnik
      That's what is characteristic, in Abkhazia itself, those citizens who live there are citizens of Russia, they have Russian passports .. Families in Sukhum live .. they have Russian passports ..



      Hmm ... Imagine how cunningly and wisely acted ...
      In any case, at least formally, on paper, they are citizens of the Russian Federation and are subject to its protection ...
  8. cheburator
    cheburator 7 July 2016 11: 57
    -1
    It’s time to connect, otherwise there’s no sense, but maybe everything is worse.
  9. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 7 July 2016 12: 24
    +1
    Another political fever in Abkhazia

    Everything goes according to a plan that was conceived by the West a long time ago. Who will say against that the opposition suddenly took up (appeared) for nothing, for nothing? Opposition especially in such manifestations and aggressive does not arise out of anything.
  10. komendant 64
    komendant 64 7 July 2016 12: 36
    +7
    And in my opinion, if the budget of the "state" is 3/4 formed from the funds of Russia, then it is necessary to appoint an extra-clan RUSSIAN governor and the administration. Or accept, Abkhazians, a variant of Costa Rica - a state without attributes of power under the protectorate of the United States.
    1. razmik72
      razmik72 7 July 2016 12: 44
      +3
      Quote: komendant 64
      And in my opinion, if the budget of the "state" is 3/4 formed from the funds of Russia, then it is necessary to appoint a RUSSIAN governor and the administration. Or accept, Abkhazians, a variant of Costa Rica - a state without attributes of power under the protectorate of the United States.

      The role of the governor may be assumed by the ambassador of Russia in Abkhazia, it is not necessary to join this region in order to restore order.
    2. Yeraz
      Yeraz 7 July 2016 14: 01
      0
      Quote: komendant 64
      then it is necessary to put an extra-clan RUSSIAN governor and administration.

      These are the ones that ruin the foreign policy of the Russian Federation.
      Suppose you have appointed a RUSSIAN governor ?? what do you think, who will then be to blame for everything ?? Correctly Russia, which has appointed its RUSSIAN governor.
      And so they choose, take off their Abkhazians themselves.
      And Abkhazia will not go anywhere from Russia, no one will have such protection and such financial support, without indicating what no one will do.
  11. Vladimir61
    Vladimir61 7 July 2016 12: 43
    +3
    And if Russia confines itself to diplomatic statements that the situation in Abkhazia is an internal affair of the Abkhazians themselves, then there is an opinion that others will deal with the “Abkhaz affair” in the near future. If you haven’t done it already ...
    As always brief, succinct and understandable!
    I know the power of words, I know the words(V. Mayakovsky)
  12. weksha50
    weksha50 7 July 2016 12: 59
    +1
    "For Russia, this situation looks, to put it mildly, nervous"...

    Hmm ... Three quarters of the budget of Abkhazia are infusions from the Russian budget ... With its current deficit ... You will become nervous here, especially the money disappears into a black hole and there is no account for their spending ...

    The struggle for power, more precisely - for money and the right to dispose of them ... What is the politics there ...

    This situation reminds me of relations between Ukraine and the USA ... Nipple system: no matter how much you blow there, from there - ... not a shit of recoil ...

    If you don't help, they will "surrender" to both the Georgians and the Turks (that is, count - to NATO) ...
    You will continue to cash injections - and this does not guarantee anything positive ...

    The children of the mountains and the sunny sea coast ... Both under the USSR and later, they got used to living mainly at the expense of "mainland" tourists ... That is, essentially doing nothing ...

    PS Question to the Abkhazians: what will you live for (under any authority of yours0, if Russia stops investing in you, and russotourist stop visiting you ??? Neither Turks, nor Georgians, nor the US-NATO SO feed you as it feeds Russia, they won’t ...
  13. garri-lin
    garri-lin 7 July 2016 14: 07
    +3
    in a planned economy, they could benefit from Abkhazia. with capitalist alas no. Abkhazia is a magnificent resort that needs to be properly developed. And there will be happiness for those 5 - 7 million Russian citizens who will be able to relax during the season on the territory of the republic.
  14. RoTTor
    RoTTor 7 July 2016 15: 22
    +5
    1. It is good that SUCH Abkhazia is not part of Russia.
    2. It is a pity that the suddenly dead Sultan Sosnaliev, Hero of Abkhazia, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Honored Pilot of the USSR, Colonel of Soviet Aviation, order carrier, who defended Abkhazia twice and in 90 created an Abkhaz army that defended the country.
    If he was alive, this would not have happened.
    1. Garris199
      Garris199 8 July 2016 04: 16
      0
      Quote: NordUral
      It is good that SUCH Abkhazia is not part of Russia.

      ++ Do we need it at all? Another headache for the Russian Federation, black hole, criminal cesspool. Give Georgia, let it be their smut and improve relations at the same time.
  15. NordUral
    NordUral 7 July 2016 15: 59
    +3
    I saw interesting numbers. 11 yards per 250 thousand of the population of Abkhazia per year - 44 rubles / person per year - this is 000 rubles / month. Almost half of the Russian living wage (I understand that on a Russian scale it’s a penny, but how many such pennies and pennies go out of the Russian pocket).
    It’s very interesting, and most importantly, how pleases the Russian citizen, especially that lives on this minimum.
    And the most important thing is that these freeloaders will shit at us, like almost all our former compatriots in the Union. And I would like to live in peace and friendship, helping each other. But for some reason they consider us only obliged to help, without linking help with responsibility and gratitude. Not to mention the blood that sheds our people, protecting their own, who quickly forget about it.
  16. Normal ok
    Normal ok 7 July 2016 17: 08
    +3
    The authorities of Abkhazia stupidly parasitize both in Russia and the local population. Such a situation cannot last long. The Russian authorities need to think with their head and not ... what kind of people to support.
  17. kriten
    kriten 7 July 2016 17: 19
    +4
    In Abkhazia there lives a people who are at the stage of a tribal society and cannot build a state. Nobody wants to write laws there. Alternately, one kind or another is torn to power in order to tear apart Moscow money. This is the ceiling of their understanding.
  18. Forever so
    Forever so 7 July 2016 20: 11
    0
    Just like on collective farms in the 20s, one chairman drank moonshine, fucked women, slaz, now the other one will drink moonshine, fuck women. But seriously, the games with the liberals have never been brought to good and will not be brought.
    1. Awaz
      Awaz 7 July 2016 20: 46
      0
      unfortunately there is not a matter of liberals. There is such an ass, such a mess .... Russia contains this territory and they are all trying to just sit on financial flows and saw them and saw them ...
  19. solombalec
    solombalec 8 July 2016 00: 11
    -1
    Abkhazia must be returned to Georgia. Russia will only benefit from this, and very seriously.
    1. midivan
      midivan 8 July 2016 01: 09
      +3
      Quote: solombalec
      Abkhazia must be returned to Georgia. Russia will only benefit from this, and very seriously.

      laughing who needs? you? I beg you, don’t try to run for president, we’ll remain without Moscow, you’ll probably return it to Poland lol
  20. garri-lin
    garri-lin 8 July 2016 09: 49
    0
    Quote: solombalec
    Abkhazia must be returned to Georgia. Russia will only benefit from this, and very seriously.

    what will win? will bring closer to itself the border with another NATO anusolysis? AND WHAT WILL THIS RUSSIA HELP? think before you speak.
  21. su163
    su163 8 July 2016 10: 38
    0
    Quote: Valery Valery
    The fight against corruption in Abkhazia !? This is a struggle against those who take bribes and plunders the budget, and those who want to take bribes and plunder the budget are fighting this struggle.


    I completely agree. There are comrades living there, that's what they themselves are talking about.
  22. Phosgene
    Phosgene 9 July 2016 04: 52
    0
    If Abkhazia becomes part of the Russian Federation, this is one question, but if not, Russia should not intervene, let them live as they want, all the same then they will blame Russia for everything