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Alexander Dzasokhov

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Preceded by  Akhsarbek Galazov
Profession  Railman
Nationality  Ossetic
Name  Alexander Dzasokhov

Political party  CPSU
Role  Political figure
Children  Sergei Teimuraz
Succeeded by  Taymuraz Mamsurov
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Born  April 3, 1934 (age 81) Vladikavkaz, RSFSR, Soviet Union (1934-04-03)
Spouse(s)  Fariz Bahtangireevna Dzasokhova
Party  Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Books  Writers and Their Works: Alice Walker: the Color Purple and Other Works

Funerals from school siege, demo in Vladikavkaz


Aleksandr Sergeyevich Dzasokhov (Russian: Александр Серге́евич Дзасохов; Ossetian: Дзасохты Сергейы фырт Алыксандр, Dzasoxty Sergejy fyrt Alyksandr) is the former head of the Republic of North Ossetia–Alania.

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He was born April 3, 1934 in Vladikavkaz, graduated in 1957 from the North Caucasus Mining Metallurgical Institute and holds a doctorate in politics. From 1992 - 1993, he was a people's deputy of Russian Federation and from 1993–1995, deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation. On January 18, 1998, elected president of North Ossetia with 76% of the vote and was re-elected on January 27, 2002, with 56,02% of the vote.

He voluntarily quit his post on May 31, 2005 and was succeeded by Taimuraz Mamsurov. He is currently a Representative of the Republic of North Ossetia in the Federation Republic.

On January 13, 2006 he testified at the trial of Nur-Pashi Kulayev, the lone surviving terrorist from School No. 1 in Beslan. Two buses full of victims arrived in Vladikavkaz on that day to see his long-awaited court appearance. Although many victims consider Dzasokhov among of those guilty for the Beslan school hostage crisis on September 1-September 3, 2004, the situational investigation carried out by the Prosecutor General's Office determined that no officials were to blame for the deaths, so he could testify without fear of legal ramifications for himself.

Dzasokhov is a Doctor of Political Science, Ph.D., author of several books and numerous articles. He speaks several foreign languages. Member of Russian Academy of Arts. In 1973 he defended his thesis "The processes of formation of the newly independent states" (a part-time graduate of the Central Committee Academy of Social Sciences).

Honours and awards

  • Order of Merit for the Fatherland;
  • 2nd class (30 March 2004) - for outstanding contribution to the socio-economic development of the construction of federal relations and strengthening inter-ethnic harmony
  • 3rd class (17 March 2001) - for outstanding contribution to strengthening Russian statehood, friendship and cooperation between nations
  • 4th class (23 April 2009) - for services to law-and long-term fruitful work
  • Order of the October Revolution (1981)
  • Order of the Red Banner of Labour (1971)
  • Order of Friendship of Peoples (1984)
  • Medal "In Commemoration of the 850th Anniversary of Moscow" (1997)
  • Medal "In Commemoration of the 1000th Anniversary of Kazan" (2005)
  • State Awards of Afghanistan, Hungary, Vietnam, and several other states
  • Order of St. Prince Daniel of Moscow, 1st class (Russian Orthodox Church)
  • Honorary Member of Russian Academy of Arts
  • References

    Alexander Dzasokhov Wikipedia


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