Azerbaijan, Baku / Trend corr. S.Ilhamgizi / The Consultative Assembly of the six opposition parties broke up after four parties reached a single position concerning changes to the Election Code, Araz Alizadeh, the chairman of the Social-Democratic Party, said.
The Consultative Assembly united the Democratic Party of Azerbaijan (DPA), Social Democratic Party of Azerbaijan (SDPA), Azerbaijani National Independent Party (ANIP), Taraggi, Musavat and the public For Azerbaijan forum. The parties assemble twice a month. The parties discuss different issues connected with the political situation in the country, as well as planning to develop a single proposal concerning changes to election legislation.
During the latest assembly DPA, Musavat, Liberal Party and Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan made the decision to develop proposals to make changes to election legislation.
"Four parties consider themselves a single opposition force. Actually, these parties do not differ from the Authorities," Alizadeh said.
According to Alizadeh, the six opposition parties' leaders gathered to get to know each other better, as well as to disclose each others' ideas. However, Alizadeh did not specify whose ideas coincide among the party leaders.
PFPA, DPA, Musavat and LPA are the leading opposition parties in compliance with votes gathered during the parliamentary elections in 2003 and 2005.