Musavat party refused to direct its representative to the Central Election Committee (CEC), Vurgun Eyyub, the deputy head of the party, told Trend. He said that the party addressed to the Milli Majlis [Parliament] to get overhaul information about reformantion of CEC, but did not receive reply.
We will not participate in the formation of CEC in unknown form, as the Milli Majlis did not reply to our letter, Eyyub stressed.
The term given to the parties, won in the 6 November parliamentary elections, to direct their representatives to CEC expired.
Touching upon the refusal from deputy mandate by the elected members of Musavat Party, Eyyub noted that the meeting of the Supreme Council to be held in February would make a decision in this regard. At present the party made a decision on non-participation of MPs from Musavat in the sittings of the Parliament till the meeting of Supreme Council.