Azerbaijan, Baku / corr Trend E.Huseynli / Azerbaijani opposition party Adalat does not support the activities of political parties within blocs.
Adalat is against the unification of the opposition within the blocs and we do not plan to participate in any of them," MP Ilyas Islamilov, the chairman of Adalat Party, said in talks with journalists on 22 November.
Adalat entered the Coordinating Council of the opposition established on the eve of the 2003 presidential elections and Democratic Azerbaijan established on the eve of the 2005 parliamentary elections.
Ismayilov said that some opposition parties pursue their own goals in the bloc and in this respect Adalat is refused from entering any union. "We are all for parties to follow the law and moral norms in their activities," Ismayilov said.
The right-centrist opposition party Adalat was founded in 1996. In 1997 they joined with the Azerbaijani Democratic Party (ADP). After split from the ADP in 2001 Adalat held its first rehabilitation conference.