Search in Baku’s bureau of Radio Liberty based on significant facts
Baku, Azerbaijan, Dec. 27
Some international organizations are commenting and criticizing the Prosecutor General Office's search in the office of Baku's bureau of Radio Liberty upon the court's decision, chairman of Ana Vatan party, Azerbaijani MP Fazail Agamali told Trend.
"This must be regarded as pressure on the investigation," he said.
Agamali said that it is necessary to wait for the outcome of the investigation to express the attitude to the situation.
"Premature commenting on the incident is the pressure on the investigation," he said. "I am fully confident that this search is based on significant and specific facts. But, as always, without waiting for the completion of the investigation and facts submitted to the court, different international organizations have once again shown their traditional approach in relation to Azerbaijan."
He said that the law enforcement bodies' responsibility is to check the incoming information, to clarify it and to adequately reply.
"If they do not do this, this is not a constitutional country," he said. "Azerbaijan is a constitutional country. This search was conducted to clarify certain information. It is based on significant facts."