The Malaysian Bernama News Agency has published an article headlined “International observers hail democratic nature of Azerbaijan's parliamentary election.” Written by Editor of the agency’s International Desk Rachminakan Ravichandran, the article highlights the parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan.
The article says: “The just-concluded Azerbaijan snap parliamentary election yesterday (Sunday) has been hailed and described as free and fair by many international observers.
A member of the TURKPA (Parliamentary Assembly of Turkic-Speaking Countries) observation mission, deputy Ziyadin Zhamaldinov was quoted as saying that the huge number of candidates contesting in the election was evidence of the presence of pluralism and freedom in Azerbaijan and high level of public involvement in democratic processes.
"We believe that the early elections to the Milli Majlis comply with democratic principles, international standards, as well as international obligations of the Republic of Azerbaijan," Zhamaldinov said, as reported by the “Election-2020” Independent Media Centre ("Secki-2020" Independent Media Centre).
A total of 1,314 candidates from 19 parties contested in the election. The “Election-2020” Independent Media Centre was organized by the Central Election Commission of Azerbaijan.
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