Azerbaijan, Baku, March 17 / Trend A. Huseynbala /
The first discussions on the parliamentary elections were held between the Union, including several parties of Azerbaijan, and "Musavat" party.
"An exchange of views due to forms of participation in the parliamentary elections was held at the discussions conducted at the headquarters of the Classic Popular Front Party with chairman of Musavat Party Isa Gambar," Azadliq party chairman represented in the Union for Democracy, Ahmed Orudj told Trend on Wednesday.
Some time ago the Union for Democracy appealed to Azadliq block and Musavat party concerning the holding of consultations related to the parliamentary elections.
Orudj said the next discussions are planned to be held at the headquarters of Musavat Party. "During our second meeting participation of other opposition parties is not excluded", he said.
The Union for Democracy was created after the parliamentary elections by the opposition parties of the Classic Popular Front Party, Azadliq and National Democracy in 2005. In early September 2008 Great Party of Azerbaijan joined the Union, and in November - People's Party. The Union is the organ of cooperation and the meeting of these parties. In October 2009, the National Democratic Party was excluded from the union.