No serious law violations in Azerbaijan’s parliamentary election - CEC
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov.1
By Ilhama Isabalayeva - Trend:
For the present, no serious law violations have been observed in the ongoing parliamentary election in Azerbaijan, head of the country's Central Election Commission (CEC) Mazahir Panahov told reporters Nov.1.
He added that no official complaints over the election have been received either.
The voting in all polling stations of the country started at 08:00 (UTC/GMT + 4 hours), according to the CEC head.
The parliamentary election is being held in Azerbaijan Nov. 1.
Some 503 international observers from 40 organizations and over 66,000 local observers monitor the parliamentary election in Azerbaijan.
As many as 767 candidates claim for 125 seats in the Azerbaijani parliament.
Exit poll in the election will be conducted by the ELS independent research center, REY Monitoring Center, as well as the Center of Azerbaijani Youth Rights Protection jointly with French "Opinion Way" Social Research Institute and by the Citizens' Labor Rights Protection League together with the US AJF & Associates Inc.
Edited by SI