It is not right not to allow members of Azadlyg bloc [a biggest opposition alliance] elected MP to the parliament, as the leaders of the bloc failed in the elections, MP Sabir Rustamkhanly, the chairman of the Civil Solidarity Party, told Trend.
He noted that representatives of the opposition should participate in the parliamentary sittings. Not allowing those who won in the parliamentary elections the leaders of the bloc actually violate their rights. They speak so much about human rights, but the same time violate the rights of party members and show disrespect towards the electors. The parliamentary elections were held in majority system and every territory with candidates has own electors, Rustamkhanly stressed.
MP underlined that the political leaders victorious in the elections should not deceive their electors and not forgot their promises taken. Such wrong steps do not match with the noisy propaganda raised before. According to Rustamkhanly, taking away the rights of elected people they break the democratic principles,