Azerbaijan, Baku, August 30 /Trend, T.Hajiyev/
Some opposition groups in Azerbaijan have morally decomposed, said the chairman of the Azerbaijani opposition party.
"From time to time, the representatives of the opposition voice very complacently, and then it turns out that often receive funds from Russia. Subsequently, it appears that people who talk so much about the truthfulness and purity, are subject to the moral corruption that they do not have any ground to blame other people for something," chairman of the Great Establishment Party
Fazil Mustafa said at the founding conference of the election bloc "Transformation" held at the conference hall of Trend International News Agency.
Mustafa explained his idea, saying that the statements of these circles do not correspond to their actions.
"In the circles of Azerbaijan Popular Front Party (APFP) often say that we should join NATO, to be integrated with the West. But known as a representative of the Russian military-industrial complex,
Sakit Abdullayev said recently that "I have allocated sufficient funds for the Azadlyg newspaper, but these funds have been appropriated by APFP chairman Ali Kerimli." There is no refutation of these words. They consider themselves as pro-Western, but get money from Russia. We consider it moral decay. Today, these people have no moral right to make claims against someone," Mustafa said.
APFP deputy chairman for political affairs
Fuad Gahramanli refused to comment on the charges of Fazil Mustafa.