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Abkhazian presidential election, 2011 The election campaign official began when the candidates received their registration certificates on 26 July. According to election law, Alexander Ankvab and Sergei Shamba had to take leave from their offices. Correspondingly, Parliament Speaker Nugzar Ashuba temporarily took over as Acting President and Vice-Premier Beslan Kubrava as Prime Minister.
Government of President Ankvab Two appointments had up until that point served in an unrelated government position: on 10 October, Leonid Lakerbaia was succeeded as First Vice-Premier by Education Minister Indira Vardania and Vice-Premier and Finance Minister Beslan Kubrava was made Head of the Presidential Staff.
Nugzar Ashuba On 4 June 2014, following the forced resignation of Ankvab as President in the 2014 Abkhazian political crisis, Ashuba resigned as Security Council Secretary along with Presidential Administration Head Beslan Kubrava, accusing the opposition of carrying out a witch hunt and imposing its decisions on the interim authorities.
Avtandil Gartskia On 4 June 2014, following the May 2014 Revolution, Security Council Secretary Nugzar Ashuba and Head of the Presidential Administration Beslan Kubrava resigned, accusing the opposition of carrying out a witch hunt and imposing its decisions on the interim authorities. On 9 June, acting President Valeri Bganba appointed Avtandil Gartskia as acting Security Council Secretary. Gartskia held the post until 28 October, when newly elected President Raul Khajimba appointed Mukhamed Kilba.
Astamur Tania On 4 June 2014, following the May 2014 Revolution, Head of the Presidential Administration Beslan Kubrava and Security Council Secretary Nugzar Ashuba resigned, accusing the opposition of carrying out a witch hunt and imposing its decisions on the interim authorities. On 9 June, acting President Valeri Bganba appointed Astamur Tania as acting Head of the Presidential Administration. Tania was permanently appointed on 29 September 2014 by newly elected President Raul Khajimba.