DO NOT FORGET ABOUT THE EXPECTATION, BUT ALSO START MAKING SOMETHING YOURSELF
If previous discussions we prepared in advance, then this one was decided to make just before recording. We did not even have time for an introductory story. Since the evening of May 27 the events in political life of Abkhazia began to unfold on the principle of a snowball. First, the opposition forces held gathering (http://asarkia.info/videos/asarkia/1243/) near the government buildings. That evening, the participants were, (as indeed, already in March 2013), under the walls the administration of the President Alexander Ankvab. He was asked to sign an agreement on forming a coalition government and with this to go out to the rally participants. Negotiations were long.
At some moment a group of people broke into the administration building. President Alexander Ankvab left. Negotiations broke down. At the time the debate, the exact information about his whereabouts was not known to anyone. At the same time In the air was the oppressive feeling of confrontation between the supporters and opponents of the acting government, capable to plunge the country into chaos. The first time serious political confrontation divided Abkhazian society into two camps, emerged in 2004 as a result of the presidential election.
Confrontation lasted for three months. At a result, it was agreed that on 12 January 2005 a new election would be held. The tandem "President Sergei Bagapsh - Vice-President Raul Khajimba" won. A lot happened during the past ten years in the political life of Abkhazia, but the split in society only exacerbated. The result was the present crisis. Special attention is paid to this discussion outside of Abkhazia and it is interesting for all who need to understand the causes of the political crisis. And also why it is dangerous for the government of Abkhazia to lose contact with people and ignore their demands for a long time.