Central Election Commission of Abkhazia
On 11 October 2004, Sergei Smyr resigned during the height of the crisis following the Presidential election earlier that month. On 14 December, the newly formed Central Election Commission elected former Justice Minister Batal Tabagua as its chairman.
In 2016, Tabagua was not re-appointed to the Central Election Commission, and on 23 December, former State Privatisation Committee Chairman Tamaz Gogia was elected his successor during the first meeting of the CEC in its new composition.
|1||Viacheslav Tsugba||20 July 1991||||1999||none||_|
|2||Sergei Smyr||1999||11 October 2004||||_|
|3||Batal Tabagua||14 December 2004||||23 December 2016||||_|
|4||Tamaz Gogia||23 December 2016||||Present||_|
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