The document the drafters of which call upon Raul Khajimba, de facto President of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, to resign has been approved, with 19 "deputies" having voted for it and four being against. One "deputy" refrained from voting.
The situation is Sokhumi escalated a few hours ago, with the opposition forces storming the de-facto President's Administration. The puppet government defined this move as a coup.
The opposition maintains that Raul Khajimba failed to receive a majority of electoral votes at the presidential elections. However, the Central Election Committee declared him a winning candidate.
In the first round of the so-called elections, Raul Khajimba received 47.39% of electoral votes, Alkhan Kvitsinia 46.17%, while in the second round, he emerged a winner with 66.55% of votes.