Daily Archives: Friday February 7th, 2020

President Aliyev said that the Council of Europe is ‘degrading’ and Azerbaijan will not comply with its requirements “The last [PACE] resolution adopted in connection with Azerbaijan has no more value for us than a scrap of paper. We do not accept any of the far-fetched accusations made there and we will not comply with any of their ‘demands’, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said on February 5 at a meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister
The anti-corruption organisation Transparency Deutschland welcomes the investigation by the public prosecutor's office in Frankfurt am Main into corruption allegations against Karin Strenz and Eduard Lintner. In March 2019, Transparency Germany filed criminal complaints against these current and former members of Bundestag for bribery and corruption of public officials in the course of the Azerbaijani Laundromat scandal, in accordance with Section
Baku/06.02.20/Turan: For more than a week, a number of opposition news sites have been blocked in Azerbaijan. On January 31, the Facebook pages of the Musavat party, the youth organization Musavat, and the Basta newspaper were hacked. To this day, the Basta website remains blocked, Mustafa Hajibeyli, editor of the website and press secretary of the Musavat party, said on February 6. According to him, the entrance to the site was briefly restored
The Azerbaijani Prosecutor General’s Office in connection with the appeal of a candidate for deputy in the 31st Surakhani second district by blogger Mehman Huseynov about trying to bribe him by the election candidate Faraj Guliyev appealed to the CEC to make an appropriate decision. This was announced by the head of the press service of the Prosecutor General’s Office, Eldar Sultanov. “Appeal to the Prosecutor General’s Office of a candidate