Heads of some opposition parties against sittinbg rallies
вЂњIf the opposition sets to sitting rallies, they will get into very difficult situation,вЂќ Ahmad Oruj, the chairman of вЂ�AzadligвЂ™ (Freedom) Party, told Trend.
Oruj noted that holding sitting rally in Galaba square on 26 November and calling on the people to confrontation by opposition was not positively appreciated. вЂњWe should struggle in civil way, it is impossible to achieve anything using violence,вЂќ he stressed.
Fuad ALiyev, the chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party, also did not agree with holding of sitting rallies. вЂњThe Baku Executive Power did not sanction suiting rallies, but some leaders gathered in the square made it and incited the people to disobedience, came out against the state and laws. The opposition should not take such steps hence,вЂќ he added.
Vugar Beyturani, the chairman of the Turkish Nationalist Party, also supported his colleagues. He underlined that sitting rallies and installation of tents in the square were not methods of civil struggle. вЂњThe government did not sanction similar actions. The opposition leaders also must understand it,вЂќ he underlined.