“Oppositionists don't keep their promises made to electors,” Mubariz Gurbanly

Politics Materials 6 December 2005 20:53 (UTC +04:00)

“The oppositionists refused from the deputy mandate don’t keep their promise made to electors,” Mubariz Gurbanly, the deputy executive secretary of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party, told Trend.

He noted that the refusal of several people from participation in the work of the Parliament did not mean boycott, as boycott was possible in form of fraction, but their number did not exceed 2 or 3.

He noted that deputy mandate would be cancelled on the base of internal regulations of the Milli Majllis [Parliament]. In accordance with the regulations, the MP is deprived of mandate in case of absence at 30 sittings of the Parliament.