Azerbaijan, Baku, Aug.26 / Trend, T.Hajiyev /
Two Azerbaijani opposition parties have so far failed to establish an electoral bloc. The parties have not yet been able to agree on unified candidates for the parliamentary elections in 15 constituencies.
The Musavat party and the Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan (PFPA) are still discussing 15 constituencies, head of Musavat's Central Executive Office Arif Hajili told Trend.
"Musavat and the PFPA met yesterday and were not able to agree," he said.
During an event dedicated to the twenty-first anniversary of the PFPA's establishment on July 15, Musavat leader Isa Gambar proposed a merger with Musavat.
Parliamentary elections will be held on Nov. 7. Previous elections were held in November 2005. The elections are held by the majority system in 125 constituencies.
According to Hajili, holding mass rallies was also discussed at the meeting.
"We decided to resume mass rallies from September," he said.