AZERBAIJAN’S OPPOSITION PARTIES NEGOTIATE TO SET UP CENTER ON KARABAKH
Aug 25 2009
The working group launched by parties included in the Union for
Democracy are negotiating to set up a unified center on Karabakh issue,
said Ahmad Oruj, chairman of the Azadlig party, part of the union.
The Union for Democracy includes Classic Popular Front Party, the
party Azadlig, People’s Party of Azerbaijan, Great Azerbaijan and
National Democratic Party of Azerbaijan.
He said the parties represented in the union oppose resolution of the
Karabakh conflict on the basis of the Madrid principles, so the main
task of the center will take steps to protest against it.
"The center will also include parties who participated in the last
Karabakh forum organized by the Civil Solidarity Party. Today we can
say that the majority of parties oppose resolution of the Karabakh
problem based on the Madrid principles, so opposition needs to unite
in this matter," Oruj said.
A total of 12 parties attended the Karabakh forum organized by CSP.