Talks between opposition deputies to be continued

Politics Materials 20 June 2006 20:31

Two groups of deputies may jointly work in Milli Majlis [Azerbaijan Parliament], Sabir Rustamkhanli, Azeri parliament deputy and the chairman of Civil Unity Party, told, Trend reports.

Two groups consisting of five opposition parties, and four opposition deputies work in Milli Majlis.

Rustamkhanli noted that in spite of creation of groups consisting of opposition deputies, the deputies from Musavat party have established a separate group. Besides, he stressed that talks were held on coordination of activities of both groups. Due to the completion of the session, the talks were stopped. But it is clear the talks will be continued in fall session of the parliament, emphasized Rustamkhanli.

If the talks are successful, the group of deputies may function jointly.