- Posted August 24, 2013 by
Jamil Hasanli calls on to active anti-authoritarian criminal regime
Today, immediately after the session of the NCDF, began a meeting of the initiative group of voters on the official nomination of Jamil Hasanli as a presidential candidate and presentation of his documents to the CEC.
Prior to voting Hasanli signed a memorandum on the obligations that previously was signed by Rustam Ibrahimbayov. In particular, he has pledged, if elected president to remain in office no more than two years.
During this time, it is necessary to form a transitional government of national confidence on the basis of the human resources of the NCDF, exemption media from censorship, the elimination of obstacles to the establishment of private television and radio stations, the beginning of the creation of the free trial, the dissolution and the election of a new parliament, holding a referendum on constitutional reform, etc.
Under the constitutional reform there should be a balance between the branches of government, reform of the public administration system, forming a government based on the results of the parliamentary elections on a mixed proportional-majoritarian system, to expand the powers of local self-government, introduction of city municipal councils and municipal elections of heads of executive power, etc.
Hasanli also pledged to withdraw his candidacy in case of approval and registration of Ibrahimbayov.
Hasanli thanked the members of the NCDF for support, and will make efforts for a peaceful change of authoritarian criminal regime in Azerbaijan.
A 61-year-old Jamil Hasanli is a Professor of the Americas and the Europe of the Baku State University. In 2000 and in 2005 he was elected a member of parliament of the country. In 2009 he became a founding member of the Forum of Azerbaijani Intellectuals.
Photo: Aziz Karimov