Azerbaijani new established party submits documents to Justice Ministry
Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec. 25 / Trend , A.Huseynbala/ New established opposition party in Azerbaijan submitted documents to the Justice Ministry to pass state registration on Dec. 25.
On Dec. 24, the Justice Ministry returned documents because of definite shortages, Gadir Ibrahimli, the deputy chairman of Aydinlar Party, told Trend on Dec. 25.
Alibayli was elected chairman of the Aydinlar Party in a founding congress of the party on Dec. 14..
Khanoglan Ahmadov, the deputy of the party on organization affairs, submitted documents with signatures of 1,300 members of the party to the Ministry, he said. Documents were accepted after re-examinations.
Alibayli was adviser to president Elchibay in 1992 to 1993. He was elected MP for two consecutive terms from 1995 to 2005. He has been member of Azerbaijani parliament's delegation to PACE. He has been member of Popular Front of Azerbaijan since 1989 and chairman of Supreme Majlis of Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan since 1993. Early Aug., Alibayli resigned from this post to found new Aydinlar party at the end of Sept. Member of the Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan Nizami Guluyev also resigned following Alibayli's move. Chairmen of Lankaran, Samur and Gakh branches of Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan resigned and joined election headquarters of Aydinlar Party early Oct.
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