Azerbaijan, Baku, March 1 / Trend , A.Huseynbala/
No official suggestions have been received for participation in parliamentary elections as a bloc of three parties, said the head of the opposition party in
"The reason for the spread of information in the press about our association and the establishment of an alliance is linked to my respect that I have for
Fazil Mustafa and Gudrat Hasanguliyev," the chairman of Adalat Party, MP Ilyas Ismailov told Trend on March 1.
Parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan will be held in autumn this year. Previous elections were held in November 2005. In Azerbaijan, the parliamentary elections are held upon the majority system in 125 constituencies.
According to Ismayilov, no discussions are held with either
Great Establishment Party or the Unified Azerbaijan Popular Front Party. "I did not think of the joint participation in the parliamentary elections. In general, Mustafa and Hasanguliyev did not talk to me about it," said the chairman of the party.
Formerly it was reported that Adalat Party, Great Establishment Party and Unified Azerbaijan Popular Front Party established a Vatan election bloc in connection with the parliamentary elections. It was not excluded that the parties establishing bloc will run for the elections with single candidates.
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