The leader of the puppet regime of Abkhazia Alexander Ankvab proposed to abolish posts of "prime minister" and "deputy prime ministers." This was said by Ankvab in his annual address.
At that Ankvab offered to create unified administration of the executive branch, represented by "the president, vice-president, ministers and heads of other central bodies." According to Ankvab, such structure could quite well and much more effectively exercise their powers and be directly responsible, "and people will know where to go and whom to ask of".
It should be noted that in the pre-election period Ankvab promised to abolish the post of "vice president." He also claimed that Abkhazia in the future may change the form of government from presidential to parliamentary. At the same time, according to RBC news agency, the leader of the Abkhazian regime initially announced his intention to abolish the post of "head of government", about which he told the agency immediately after his election to the post.