Azerbaijani opposition party determines nominees for parliamentary elections
Azerbaijan, Baku, August 3 /Trend, T.Hajiyev/
Azerbaijani opposition Civil Solidarity Party (CSP) will be presented by young people in the parliamentary elections, head of the CSP organizational department
Samir Asadli told Trend.
"The number of candidates has been defined. CSP will nominate candidates from 72 constituencies in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The candidates from 50 constituencies have already been clarified. Basically they are representatives of youth," said Asadli.
Conducting parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan is scheduled for Nov. 7, 2010. Previous parliamentary elections were held in November 2005. Parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan are held by the majority system in 125 constituencies.
According to the CSP representative, the party also intends to cooperate with other opposition forces in the country on the eve of the elections.
"Negotiations are conducted with other opposition parties. Perhaps the candidates support center will be organized on the eve of elections," said Asadli.
The opposition Civil Solidarity Party was founded in 1992. September 26, 1992 at the first congress of the party, Sabir Rustamkhanli was elected chairman of the party. CSP brings together 78 regional organizations and approximately 30,000 members. Today there are 115 members of the party in the municipalities of the country, and three members at the Parliament of the Republic.