Azerbaijan, Baku, August 23 / Trend, M. Aliyev /
Azerbaijani Central Election Commission (CEC) today has started holding the courses to improve skills of chairmen of the district electoral commissions.
"The courses aim at examination of the negative cases, which took place during the elections in previous years, and preventing their repetition in the parliamentary elections this year," the CEC Chairman Mazahir Panahov said at the opening of the courses.
According to him, the CEC has prepared 40 types of printed materials on the electoral legislation.
All the works for preparation for the electoral process, including the enlightenment works will be completed by the beginning of the election, Panahov said.
The opening of the courses is also attended by the Azerbaijani Presidential Administration Department Head Zeynal Nagdaliyev, the Milli Mejlis (Parliament) first deputy chairman Ziyafat Asgerov, head of the OSCE Office in Baku Ali Bilge Cankorel and other officials.
Chairman of the Constitutional Court Farhad Abdullayev,
Chairman of the Supreme Court Ramiz Rzayev, Presidential Administration Department Head Ali Hasanov, Deputy Interior Minister Oruj Zalov, deputy Public Prosecutor General of Azerbaijan, Rustam Usubov, the responsible persons of the Ministry Justice and the Court of Appeal, the CEC members and the CEC department heads will deliver lectures at the courses, to be held till Aug. 29.
After the courses chairmen of the district electoral commissions will receive certificates.
The Central Election Commission held qualification courses on electoral law for members of district electoral commissions in 2007 and 2009.
The parliamentary elections are scheduled for early November.