Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov. 29 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
Georgia does not recognize the legitimacy of de facto elected president of breakaway South Ossetia, Spokesman for the President of Georgia Manana Manjgaladze said at a traditional briefing on Tuesday.
"Legitimization of these so-called elections is impossible, and a clear position of Georgia and the international community about it is known," Manjgaladze said.
A second round of de facto presidential election was held in the Tskhnvali last Sunday, the post claimed the winners of the first round the head of the local Emergency Anatoly Bibilov and former education minister, opposition leader Alla Dzhioeva.
According to recent data, the de facto CEC has processed 74 out of 85 minutes, 57.6 percent of the votes were in favor of Dzhioeva and 40 percent of Bibilov.
Announcement of preliminary official results of the second round of the so-called elections postponed because of complaints of violations received by the de facto Supreme Court of the region from the ruling party "Unity".
Military actions were launched in the Georgian territory, South Ossetia on Aug.8, 2008. Later the Russian troops occupied the Tskhinvali city and drove the Georgian military back. Russia recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in late August. In response, Tbilisi broke off diplomatic relations with Moscow and announced two unrecognized republics as the occupied territories.