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Adgur Kharazia

Adgur Rafet-ipa Kharazia
Адгəыр Рафеҭ-иҧа Харазиа
ადგურ ხარაზია
Mayor of Sukhumi
Assumed office
22 October 2014
President Raul Khajimba
Preceded by Alias Labakhua
Mayor of Sukhumi Acting
In office
5 November 2004 – 16 February 2005
President Vladislav Ardzinba
Preceded by Leonid Lolua
Succeeded by Astamur Adleiba

Adgur Rafet-ipa Kharazia (

Preceded by
Leonid Lolua
acting Mayor of Sukhumi
2004–2005
Succeeded by
Astamur Adleiba
Preceded by
Alias Labakhua
Mayor of Sukhumi
2014–Present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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References

Following the May 2014 Revolution and the election of Raul Khajimba, Kharazia was again appointed as Acting Mayor of Sukhumi on 22 October 2014.[5] On 4 April 2015, he won the by-election to the City Council in constituency no. 3 unopposed,[6] and was confirmed as Mayor on 4 May.[7]

Mayor of Sukhumi (second time)

In the journalists that called upon the government to end what it called the pursuit of independent and opposition media.[4]

Member of the People's Assembly of Abkhazia

On February 16 of 2005, newly elected President Bagapsh replaced Kharazia with Astamur Adleiba as mayor of Sukhumi.

Adgur Kharazia was head of the Gulripsh district assembly before he was appointed acting mayor of Sukhumi by president Vladislav Ardzinba on 5 November 2004, in the heated aftermath of the 2004 presidential election, succeeding Leonid Lolua. During his first speech he called upon the two leading candidates, Sergei Bagapsh and Raul Khadjimba, to both withdraw.[1]

Acting Mayor of Sukhumi (first time)

Contents

  • Acting Mayor of Sukhumi (first time) 1
  • Member of the People's Assembly of Abkhazia 2
  • Mayor of Sukhumi (second time) 3
  • References 4

. People's Assembly of Abkhazia and a former Minister for Agriculture and Vice Speaker of the Sukhumi) is the current Mayor of ადგურ ხარაზია

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