Azerbaijan, Baku, April 21 /Trend, A.Huseynbala/
Three opposition parties of Azerbaijan will begin discussions in May on the joint participation in parliamentary elections. "We positively approach the proposals of the Adalat Party, and believe that they need to be discussed," the chairman of the Unified Azerbaijan Popular Front Party Gudrat Hasanguliyev told Trend on April 21.
Adalat Party suggested Unified Azerbaijan Popular Front Party and Great Establishment Party to create a single election bloc to run for the parliamentary elections.
"Proposal of the Adalat Party to establish a bloc will be discussed at the meeting of the Supreme Assembly on April 25," said earlier the chairman of the Great Establishment Party, MP Fazil Mustafa.
The Parliamentary elections will be held in Azerbaijan in autumn this year. The last elections were held in November 2005. The parliamentary elections are held by the majority system in 125 constituencies in Azerbaijan.
According to Hasanguliyev, the proposal will be discussed at the meeting of the Supreme Assembly of the party in late May. "If other parties agree, possibly the candidates will be determined jointly," he said.
"Both parties positively approach our proposal, but believe that it is too early to decide on the establishment of a single unit," chairman of Adalat Party Mutallim Rahimli told Trend.
According to party's chairman, in September it will be possible to seriously discuss the establishment of a single electoral bloc and make a decision.
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