Azerbaijani ruling party pleased with MP corps represented in Parliament
Azerbaijan, Baku, Aug.24 / Trend, T. Hajiyev /
Azerbaijani ruling party is satisfied with its MP corps, represented in the Parliament, NAP Deputy Chairman, Executive Secretary Ali Ahmedov told journalists today.
"We are pleased with MP corps representing the New Azerbaijan Party (NAP) in the Parliament. Every MP honorably discharged the duties. MPs from the NAP showed fruitful activity in the preparation and discussion of bills, holding activities outside the Parliament, addressing voters' problems," Ahmedov added.
The parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan are scheduled for November 7, 2010. Previous parliamentary elections were held in November 2005. Parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan are held by the majority system in 125 constituencies.
"On the other hand, naturally, the NAP's ranks increased within five years. Personalities, more specifically demonstrating their activities molded in the Party. Young peoples brought up during these five years now are the NAP members demonstrating the activity in the country's political life. Their candidacies will be considered when determining candidates from the NAP," he said.
NAP was founded in 1992 by national leader Heydar Aliyev, when he was chairman of the Supreme Majlis of Nakhchivan. Now, President Ilham Aliyev heads the organization.