Nat’l Survival Movement signs an agreement with parties

Politics Materials 10 December 2005 13:27 (UTC +04:00)

“Azadli’ (Freedom) election bloc did not accept the initiative of the National Survival Movement (NSM) on consolidation of the opposition in the single center before and after the elections,” Faraj Guliyev, the leader of NSM, told Trend.

The slighting attitude of �Azadlig’ bloc to the issue did not remain without reply. “Despite repeated invitations, our movement did not participate in the rallies organized by the bloc,” Guliyev said. He also reported that they signed an agreement with the Popular Front of Azerbaijan Party (PFAP-classics) and the Azerbaijan National Democratic Party within the new cooperation. “Other parties will join the agreement in the future. We have received similar proposals,” he stressed.

Guliyev did not exclude that this cooperation might lead to establishment of a single party in the future.