Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr S. Ilhamgizi / Current discussions among opposition parties will not achieve the expected results, the chairman of the Civil Solidarity Party (CSP), MP Sabir Rustamkhanly, reported.
He noted that the inter-party meetings dedicated to the formation of a new opposition alliance had been attended also by the representatives of the CSP. "However, discussions remained in words. Those who sought unification of the opposition were too few," Rustamkhanly said.
The chairman of the CSP reported that the opposition unions that had been formed earlier had collapsed due to the petty corporative interests of some parties. "Every one follows the interests of his party. For this reason we doubt to unify. We have always been supporters of national and civil unification. The CSP have also backed the merging of all parties. However, political forces are not sincere enough in this connection," Rustamkhanly added. Taking into consideration the ambitions of the political leaders the CSP attempts to be more vigilant towards the initiatives on the formation of new organizations, he noted.
The CSP was founded in 1992 by the leader of the National Liberation Movement, Sabir Rustamkhanly. The chairman of the party, national poet, MP Rustamkhanly, took the office of Azerbaijani Press and Information Minister from 1991- 95. In 2003, he ran for president.