Same procedure as last time – there is not much to say about the elections helt in Azerbaijan October 9, 2013. Was there a choice for those who went to vote? What happened to those who do not agree? Where is a free press, that would drive new developments? What has been achieved is a rizing standard of living,Changes are happening in many parts ot the country. But more than 20 years after the end of the Sovjet Union and after 20 years of independence for 8 million Azerbaijanis the way to democracy still seems very, very long.
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