No appeals on refusal of deputy mandates came to CEC

Politics Materials 16 December 2005 20:27 (UTC +04:00)

The Central Eelection Commission has not received any appeal on waving the deputy mandates, the CEC press service head Azer Sariyev told Trend.

A group of oppositionists from the Azadlig bloc, who have been elected deputies at the parliamentary votes on 6 November, took a decision to waive the deputy mandate.

Sariyev noted the process is regulated by the articles 89.5 of the Constitution and 176.1 of the Election Code of Azerbaijan. “CEC is committed to response on such appeal during two days”, Sariyev said.

The head of the Azadlig bloc press service Nureddin Ismaylov noted, the organization is not going to appeal to CEC so far. “We wait for some time. Then we, of course, will apply to CEC within the framework of the law”, Ismaylov said.