On November 1, 1991, the newly elected first president of the Chechen Republic, Dzhokhar Dudayev, based on the Declaration of Sovereignty and the Results of the Elections, signed his first Decree – “On the State Sovereignty of the Chechen Republic.”
Fascinated by the ideas of democracy and human rights, hoping to get support from the so-called. international community, in strict accordance with international law, on October 27, 1991, the Chechens held the first free, democratic presidential elections in independent Chechnya.
General Dzhokhar Dudayev, chairman of the executive committee of the National Congress of the Chechen People (ACCN), was elected President.
458 144 voters took part in the elections, which is 72% of their total number – 638 608 people. The elections were supervised by dozens of international observers, incl. from the Baltic countries and Georgia, as well as a large number of journalists.
Dzhokhar Dudayev was elected 90.1% of the total number of voters who took part in the elections.
An act was signed on the results of the elections. The act was certified by the head of the group of international observers, chairman of the CEC of the Republic of Georgia A. Chirakadze, expert of the Organization of Unrepresented Peoples P. Bolkonsky (Estonia) and members of the Supreme Council of Georgia M. Kiknadze and D. Gokadze.
On November 1, 1991, the democratically elected President of the Chechen Republic, Dzhokhar Dudayev, issued his first decree – “On the declaration of the state sovereignty of the Chechen Republic.”
On November 9, 1991, in the city of Grozny, in the building of the Khanpashi Nuradilov Drama Theater, the inauguration of the first President of the Chechen Republic Dzhokhar Dudayev took place.
On November 27, 1991, Dzhokhar Dudayev issued a decree on the nationalization of weapons and equipment of the military units of the USSR Armed Forces stationed on the territory of the republic.
On March 12, 1992, the parliament of the Chechen Republic adopted the constitution of the Chechen Republic, which legally (by the standards of democracy and international law) consolidated the state independence of the Chechen people.
In general, “everything is like people have” – elections, president, anthem, flag, constitution …
However, subsequent events showed that the Chechens’ hopes for democracy, international law and the international community were in vain. The massacre perpetrated by the Kremlin in Chechnya was declared by the international democratic community “Russia’s internal affair”.
Then history repeated itself. Having won, by the grace of Allah, victory in the war with Russia, the Chechens once again turned their hopes to democracy and international law. Another election was held under the auspices of the OSCE and crowds of observers, in which Aslan Maskhadov became president.
And again the same result. This time, the notorious international community justified its complicity with Russia in the massacre in Chechnya by fighting the so-called. “Islamic terrorism”.
The brutal war with the age-old enemy, the hypocrisy of the Kuffar community and their puppets in Muslim countries, freed many Chechens from the democratic chimera and forced them to return to the religion of Allah.
However, there are still those who continue to talk today about democracy, which will “save” the Chechens (Dagestanis, Circassians, Karachais, Ingush …) and allow you to create your own safe national birdhouse according to the patterns tailored by the enemy.
In any war, the days of defeats and victories follow each other. This is the law of Allah. The centuries-old Russian-Caucasian War is no exception. Today, after honorable victories, Chechnya, like the entire Caucasus, is experiencing only one of the episodes of defeat in the next battle with the Kuffars, but the war itself continues.