Polling Station to be Set up in Azerbaijan’s Military Units of Special Regime
Azerbaijan, Baku, 16 September/ Trend , corr S. Ismayilbayli/ The military men serving in a special regime will vote in the polling stations to be set up in the military units they serve.
"The military men in special regime are those who serve in the front line. They will vote in polling stations to be set up in the military units located on the front line," Eldar Sabiroglu, spokesman for the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan said to Trend .
The presidential elections in Azerbaijan will be held on 15 October. A total of seven candidates will take part in the elections including Ilham Aliyev, chairman of Ruling New Azerbaijan Party, Igbal Agazade, chairman of opposition Umid (Hope) Party, Fazil Gazanfaroglu, chairman of Great Establishment Party, Gudrat Hasanguliyev, chairman of Unified Popular Front Party, Hafiz Hajiyev, chairman of Muasir Musavat Party, Fuad Aliyev, chairman of Liberal Democrat Party and independent candidate Gulamhuseyn Alibayli. Election campaign will start on 17 September and last 28 days.
The military men serving in the military units of general regime will vote in the polling stations located near military units, he said.
According to Election Code, the Central Election Commission (CEC) will issue an order to set up polling stations in military units of special regime 5 days before the elections.
The polling stations will be set up in the military units of special regime in the period indicated by the legislation, Azar Sariyev, spokesman for CEC said to Trend .
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