Advisor: Azerbaijani opposition party’s decision to withdraw from National Council is inevitable
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 7
By Elchin Mehdiyev - Trend:
The Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan (PFPA) refused the Musavat party's proposal to sign a partnership agreement. And this was expected, advisor of Musavat party head, Sahavat Alisoy told Trend today.
"PFPA created a struggle within the National Council," he said. "Musavat's attitude towards the National Council was ambiguous. There were differences of opinion from time to time and it is time to make decisions."
"Sometimes the relations between PFPA and Musavat became tense, but then the situation has stabilized," he said.
"At present, the most optimal solution is the separate activity of these parties," he said. "Let them stop competing for a while and prove themselves individually."
"This is necessary for the future joint activity," he said.
The Musavat party decided to withdraw from the National Council political opposition bloc.
Translated by NH
Edited by CN