Azerbaijan, Baku, August 25 /Trend, K.Zarbaliyeva/
During parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan, the decisions of the district election commissions must be grounded, said Supreme Court judge
Asad Mirzaliev in the training organized for the chairpersons of district election commissions.
"During elections, the main concern relates to the fact that the decisions of the district committees are not justified and rejected, not taking into account," said Mirzaliev.
According to the judge, when considering complaints on decisions of district commissions in the courts, professional representatives of these commissions should be sent.
"These representatives must substantiate the correctness of the decision. But in practice those who are sent as representatives to the courts can not justify the commission's decision," said the judge.
Touching upon the issue of denial of registration, Mirzaliev said that judges, military and religious figures can not nominate.
The Central Election Commission of Azerbaijan started trainings for chairpersons of district election commissions on August 23.
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.