After elections, independent candidates face fraud and slander accusations
The independent candidates, who have claimed violations after municipal elections in Azerbaijan, now face accusations themselves.
Protest youth movement preparing for snap parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan
The ‘Movement’ block, which includes people of different political views, wants to see the rule of law in Azerbaijan
Feminist activist elected to municipal body for first time in Azerbaijani elections
Feminist activist Vafa Nagi has won in municipal elections in the village of Khol Garagashli of the Neftchala region in the central part of Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijani blogger deported before Zelensky visits Baku
According to the Azerbaijan State Migration Service, Elvin Isayev was deported on 12 December.
Azerbaijan condemns recognition of Armenian Genocide by US Senate
"The resolution on recognition of the 'Armenian Genocide' adopted by the US Senate is an attempt to falsify history," Leyla Abdullaeva, the MFA spokesperson, has declared.
Opposition ReAl Party goes for snap election in bloc
“In case they are elected into the parliament, they will function as a single bloc," Mammadov was quoted as saying.
Mijatović urges Azerbaijani authorities to respect freedoms
On 11 December, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, released a report on freedom of expression in Azerbaijan, the latest development over lawyers and the rights of IDPs.
Armenian, Azerbaijani Ministers exchange verbal blows after negotiations in Bratislava
Zohrab Mnatsakanyan and Elmar Mammadyarov once again presented their countries’ positions on the settlement of the Karabakh conflict.
Baku urges not to politicize border delimitation with Georgia
Azerbaijan’s deputy foreign minister Khalf Khalafov has said both Baku and Tbilisi are trying to properly handle the demarcation of the border between the two neighboring nations, and urged both sides not to politicize the process.
Azerbaijani constitutional court approves parliament's dissolution, early elections
In an agreement released by the court on 4 December it is said that the judges had discussed and ruled on the matter and the decision is “binding, cannot be abolished, changed or appealed."