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That is the unresolved problems of suburban area can be considered a reason for an open armed conflict in 1992. The unresolved territorial dispute is firmly entrenched in the numerous legal conflicts. For example, articles 3 and 6 of the Law on the Rehabilitation of Repressed Peoples "assert the rights of repressed peoples to" restore national territorial boundaries. " "Adoption Law "On Rehabilitation of " served as a powerful impetus for the revitalization of the Ingush extremists for rejection of the Suburban District of North Ossetia – this was the reaction of chairman of the Supreme soassr A. Galazov. Then, in As mitigation radical action was initiated drafting of the law 'On the reconstruction of human deported peoples and citizens', which in Article 3 was the phrase "consider unacceptable unconstitutional change of the existing territorial boundaries. " However, the reverse was not there. Other legal conflict is in contradiction of Article 67 of Law of the Russian Constitution, which states that "the boundaries between the Russian Federation may be changed with the mutual consent ".

August 9, 2005 the parliament of North Ossetia has challenged these items in the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation. But the request was not accepted for consideration. Article 11 of the Constitution Ingushetia declares a major challenge for the Ingush people "return policy means illegally torn away from the territory of Ingushetia and the preservation of territorial integrity of the republic Ingushetia. And Article 102 says the temporary (!) The location of the administrative center of the city of Nazran, ie, highlighted the unresolved question from Vladikavkaz. RNO-A requires the repeal of Article 11 of the Constitution of Ingushetia.

The Centre undertakes Some attempts to reconcile the two peoples – "On measures to improve the activities of state bodies on the development of relations between the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania and Ingushetia", dated 7 October 2004 – but obvious tendency to freeze the situation. Ingushetia since the establishment of 4 June 1992 does not have a legislatively mandated territorial boundaries, that in the absence of any actually existing legal norms, prevents resolution of territorial claims. Thus, the current state of the conflict away from the settlement. A huge number of legal conflicts interfere to form a uniform legal framework for decision situation. The signing of formal agreements on friendship, meeting of heads of republics, which is an active discussion to find ways out of this situation, do not show any real action. "Demonstration quality of these contacts while ahead of real quality. " Despite held in 1994 – 2002 gg. over 60% of IDPs, there is a problem cherespolosnogo settlements, especially in the periphery. Psychological exacerbate stereotypes of complex social and demographic situation. "Interiorization relations" ignore "other forms of self confidence, fear of their own personal manifestations, which in turn turn is the basis for the formation of destructive forms of behavior. " Lack of attempts both central and local authorities to apply to the real history says the reluctance to seek out their impasse.