Musavat Party to expect response to begin talks with government

Politics Materials 20 June 2006 14:50 (UTC +04:00)

The representation of our representatives in Central Election Commission (CEC) is necessary, but appointing representatives to CEC is not of importance, Arif Hajili, deputy chairman of Musavat Party, told Trend.

Hajili stressed that in the near future, discussions would begin in Musavat party for appointing the representatives in the membership of CEC. According to Hajili, if the requirement on formation of composition of election commission on a parity base is not fulfilled, the party may refuse to send its representatives to CEC.

We insist on the requirement of formation of election commission on a parity base. We put forward a proposal on beginning of talks between the government and opposition to discuss this issue, and submitted this proposal to the government representatives. However, we have not received a response from the government. Therefore, Musavat party considers that the issue of formation of election commissions should be resolved in a complex form, emphasized Hajili.