Azerbaijani opposition leader: Opposition's inability to unite will lead to its defeat at elections
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 16 / Trend T.Hajiyev /
The opposition's inability to unite will lead to its defeat in the parliamentary elections, Opposition Azadlig Party Chairman Ahmed Oruj said.
"Uncertainty of the Azerbaijani opposition's position and its inability to unite will have a negative impact on the outcome of the elections. This fragmentation does not depend on government or other outside forces, but on the opposition itself," Oruj said.
The parliamentary elections will be held in Azerbaijan this autumn. Previous legislative elections were held in November 2005. In Azerbaijan, the parliamentary elections are held by the majority system in 125 electoral districts.
The opposition should define a form of participation in the elections More than two months before the official start of the election, but so far no progress in this direction is observed, Oruj said.
He expressed dissatisfaction with the reluctance of the opposition leaders to participate in elections. The opposition should activate the society and unite to achieve success in the elections.
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