Musavat party fulfills order on movement split: chairman of Azerbaijani opposition party
Azerbaijan, Baku, October 23 / Trend A. Huseynbala /
Musavat party fulfilled the order to split the movement," head of Azerbaijani opposition party said.
"It has been confirmed that Musavat party's proposal to recall members of our party represented in election commissions is the ground to accelerate collapse of the movement," chairman of Umid party represented in the Movement for Karabakh and Republic, Igbal Agazade, told Trend on October 23.
Musavat party represented in the movement calls on Umid party to recall its members from election commissions.
Umid party said that it will fulfill this requirement if members of MP group Musavat refuse from their mandates.
Tension among two parties was a reason of serious crisis in the movement.
Agazade said that Azadliq bloc's final position on these processes has not been determined, further activity of the movement complicated.
"But public-political situation will give impetus to continue activity of the movement," he said.
"We have spread information about Igbal Agazade's personality and activity. Thus, I think there is no necessity for additional comments," head of the central executive office of Musavat party, Arif Hajili, told Trend .
"We hope that our proposal to preserve the movement will be taken into account," acting chairman of Azerbaijani Liberal Party represented in the Movement for Karabakh and Republic, Avaz Temirkhan, told Trend on October 23.
He said that the situation not meeting Azerbaijani interests has occurred around the Nagorno-Karabakh problem. Thus, it is necessary for the movement to continue functioning.
"We would like parties-founders of the movement to forget all political offences and not to refuse from joint combat for Nagorno-Karabakh," Temirkhan said.
People's Front party, the Citizens and Development party, Liberal party, Musavat party, Umid Party, Azerbaijani Democratic Party, as well as several public organizations founded Movement for Karabakh and Republic on the eve of the referendum on making additions and changes to the constitution held on March 18, 2009.
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