Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr S. Ilhamgizi / A Protocol on Agreement was signed between the Constitutional Court of Azerbaijan and the Constitutional Court of Turkey on 10 May. Speaking at the ceremony, Farhad Abdullayev, the chairman of Azerbaijan's Constitutional Court, noted that the bonds between the two courts had been established several years ago.
According to Abdullayev, both sides will examine their findings, conduct theoretic work, and improve juridical knowledge, thus expanding bilateral links in this field. He also noted the 45-year history of the Turkish Constitutional Court and said that Azerbaijan can make use of it by applying the practice to their country.
"The Constitutional Courts of Azerbaijan and Turkey profoundly differ. Both of the bodies have to study each other's practice. Turkey has a significant precedent in control over Constitution. We have started an immediate study of it," Abdullayev said.