November 23, 1989 Georgia nationalists tried to rally under the pretext of the capital Tskhinvali YUOAO large-scale provocation – from all parts of Georgia, arrived here a few tens of thousands of people. However, the convoy was stopped at the entrance to Tskhinvali and after two days of confrontation turned back. In the clashes Ossetian and Georgian armed forces. During this period, the Supreme Council adopted several decisions of the GSPC, which abolished the Legislative acts taken in Georgia during the Soviet period, including the agreement on December 30, 1922 on the formation of the USSR. In fact, Georgia, ignoring the relevant legal procedures, seceded from the Soviet Union, putting yourself out legitimate legal field, which at that time provided only by the Constitution of the USSR. The same decision was taken out of South Ossetia, Georgia's legal environment, because among other been canceled and the "Decree on formation of the South Ossetian Autonomous Region "- the only document on which South Ossetia was part of the Georgian SSR. June 19, 1990 at the XIII Session of the Regional Council adopted a resolution YUOAO: "In case of cancellation of acts The Revolutionary Committee of 16 February 1921 and March 24, 1921, this decision will be clearly seen as a step toward the exit of the Soviet Union, in violation of the USSR Law on Procedures for Resolving Questions Related to the Secession of Union Republics from the USSR. " Warning was seen quite clearly. Local nationalists with the filing of the republican authorities have in practice to implement the idea of exclusivity, "chosen people" of the Georgian nation, the idea of "radical" and "non-indigenous" Peoples of the "Away" and "occupiers." On the flag was raised the slogan "Georgia – for Georgians!", There were calls for the expulsion or Georgianization non-Georgians, expulsion of foreigners from Georgia, if they dare to have more than two children, calls for Elimination of autonomy.