The people pursuing the interests of the parties in the election commissions may permit subjectivity and impose certain obstacles for the democratic elections, the Chairman of Ana Veten Party, MP Fazail Agamali, informed Trend.
The representatives of the parties holding minority seats in the parliament should be elected to the Central Election Commission of Azerbaijan (CEC). One representative from each opposition parties Umid, Adalat and Civil Solidarity Party will be appointed to the CEC. One representative from three parties, Great Establishment, Civil Unity and Azerbaijan Popular Front Party, will be appointed to the CEC too. One representative will be appointed from three parties, Social Welfare, Ana Veten and Democratic Reforms Party.
Agamali said that Social Welfare, Ana Veten and Democratic Reforms Party have agreed and elected the person who is not member of any party. There was no difference between us. Generally we consider that the election commissions should not ensure the interests of the parties, but democracy of the elections on base of the Electoral Code, Agamali said.
Ana Veten is a pro-governmental party and is represented in the Parliament by two members.