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International Democrat Union » Downer, Alexander

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Hon. Etibar Mammadov


International Democrat Union » Mammadov, Etibar

idu.org [cached]

Hon. Etibar Mammadov
Hon. Etibar Mammadov Hon. Etibar Mammadov Vice Chairmen Party Leader of the National Independence Party of Azerbaijan (NIPA). IDU Vice Chairman since 2005. He has previoosly stood as a presidential candidate: both in 1998 and 2003. Etibar Mammadov was born in Baku, Azerbaijan on April 2, 1955. He is married with three children. Etibar Mammadov studied at the faculty of history at Baku State University in Azerbaijan. In 1973, he was suspended for a year due to his involvement in political activity. He returned to university the following year and later graduated in history. In 1987 he obtained his doctorate in history from the same university. In 1988 Etibar Mammadov led the Azerbaijani national freedom movement. He was also co-founder and one of the leaders of the Popular Front of Azerbaijan. He organized numerous protest actions during the peoples movement against the Soviet Empire. He then travelled to Moscow to protest directly against the attack of Soviet troops on civilians in Azerbaijan's capital, Baku, on 20 January 1990 when citizens rose up to call for independence and liberty. More than 100 people with killed and injured during the demonstration. In Moscow, Etibar Mammadov held a press conference with foreign journalists and brought the events in Azerbaijan to the world's attention. He was arrested by the KGB the same day and detained at Lefortovo prison for nine months. He was eventually released as the result of a decision made by the High Court in Baku. During his detainment protests were held and more than one and half million signatures were collected calling for his release. In 1991 Etibar Mammadov split with the Popular Front of Azerbaijan and established the National Independence Party of Azerbaijan. He was elected as chairman of the party at the party's first congress in 1992. The National Independence Party of Azerbaijan was the first registered political party in Azerbaijan. Etibar Mammadov is also the author of the Act of Constitution on the State Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan. He also acted as the head of a parliamentary delegation tasked with securing the recognition of Azerbaijan by other states. The independence of Azerbaijan was recognized by Turkey and Pakistan mainly as a consequence of his visits there. Etibar Mammadov was elected as a Member of Parliament for two consecutive terms in 1991-1995 and 1995-2000. He resigned as Party Chairman in 2004 but was then re-elected as Party Leader at the 2005 party congress. He is also been the Chairman of the "South Azerbaijan International Forum" since 2006 that was established for the protection of the rights of the more than 30 million Azerbaijani people living in Iran.


International Democrat Union » Mammadov, Etibar

idu.org [cached]

Hon. Etibar Mammadov
International Democrat Union > Mammadov, Etibar Hon. Etibar Mammadov Hon. Etibar Mammadov Hon. Etibar Mammadov Vice Chairmen Party Leader of the National Independence Party of Azerbaijan (NIPA). IDU Vice Chairman since 2005. He has previoosly stood as a presidential candidate: both in 1998 and 2003. Etibar Mammadov was born in Baku, Azerbaijan on April 2, 1955. He is married with three children. Etibar Mammadov studied at the faculty of history at Baku State University in Azerbaijan. In 1973, he was suspended for a year due to his involvement in political activity. He returned to university the following year and later graduated in history. In 1987 he obtained his doctorate in history from the same university. In 1988 Etibar Mammadov led the Azerbaijani national freedom movement. He was also co-founder and one of the leaders of the Popular Front of Azerbaijan. He organized numerous protest actions during the peoples movement against the Soviet Empire. He then travelled to Moscow to protest directly against the attack of Soviet troops on civilians in Azerbaijan's capital, Baku, on 20 January 1990 when citizens rose up to call for independence and liberty. More than 100 people with killed and injured during the demonstration. In Moscow, Etibar Mammadov held a press conference with foreign journalists and brought the events in Azerbaijan to the world's attention. He was arrested by the KGB the same day and detained at Lefortovo prison for nine months. He was eventually released as the result of a decision made by the High Court in Baku. During his detainment protests were held and more than one and half million signatures were collected calling for his release. In 1991 Etibar Mammadov split with the Popular Front of Azerbaijan and established the National Independence Party of Azerbaijan. He was elected as chairman of the party at the party's first congress in 1992. The National Independence Party of Azerbaijan was the first registered political party in Azerbaijan. Etibar Mammadov is also the author of the Act of Constitution on the State Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan. He also acted as the head of a parliamentary delegation tasked with securing the recognition of Azerbaijan by other states. The independence of Azerbaijan was recognized by Turkey and Pakistan mainly as a consequence of his visits there. Etibar Mammadov was elected as a Member of Parliament for two consecutive terms in 1991-1995 and 1995-2000. He resigned as Party Chairman in 2004 but was then re-elected as Party Leader at the 2005 party congress. He is also been the Chairman of the "South Azerbaijan International Forum" since 2006 that was established for the protection of the rights of the more than 30 million Azerbaijani people living in Iran.


IDU : International Democrat Union

www.idu.org [cached]

Hon. Etibar Mammadov
IDU : International Democrat Union Hon. Etibar Mammadov Hon. Etibar Mammadov Party Leader of the National Independence Party of Azerbaijan (NIPA). IDU Vice Chairman since 2005. He has previoosly stood as a presidential candidate: both in 1998 and 2003. Etibar Mammadov was born in Baku, Azerbaijan on April 2, 1955. He is married with three children. Etibar Mammadov studied at the faculty of history at Baku State University in Azerbaijan. In 1973, he was suspended for a year due to his involvement in political activity. He returned to university the following year and later graduated in history. In 1987 he obtained his doctorate in history from the same university. In 1988 Etibar Mammadov led the Azerbaijani national freedom movement. He was also co-founder and one of the leaders of the Popular Front of Azerbaijan. He organized numerous protest actions during the peoples movement against the Soviet Empire. He then travelled to Moscow to protest directly against the attack of Soviet troops on civilians in Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku, on 20 January 1990 when citizens rose up to call for independence and liberty. More than 100 people with killed and injured during the demonstration. In Moscow, Etibar Mammadov held a press conference with foreign journalists and brought the events in Azerbaijan to the world’s attention. He was arrested by the KGB the same day and detained at Lefortovo prison for nine months. He was eventually released as the result of a decision made by the High Court in Baku. During his detainment protests were held and more than one and half million signatures were collected calling for his release. In 1991 Etibar Mammadov split with the Popular Front of Azerbaijan and established the National Independence Party of Azerbaijan. He was elected as chairman of the party at the party’s first congress in 1992. The National Independence Party of Azerbaijan was the first registered political party in Azerbaijan. Etibar Mammadov is also the author of the Act of Constitution on the State Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan. He also acted as the head of a parliamentary delegation tasked with securing the recognition of Azerbaijan by other states. The independence of Azerbaijan was recognized by Turkey and Pakistan mainly as a consequence of his visits there. Etibar Mammadov was elected as a Member of Parliament for two consecutive terms in 1991-1995 and 1995-2000. He resigned as Party Chairman in 2004 but was then re-elected as Party Leader at the 2005 party congress. He is also been the Chairman of the “South Azerbaijan International Forum� since 2006 that was established for the protection of the rights of the more than 30 million Azerbaijani people living in Iran.


Presidential election round-up - Azernews - Baku Pages

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So far the following twelve candidates have declared themselves to be running for the post of president in the fall elections: Yunus Oguz (National Unity), Elsad Musayev (Great Azerbaijan), Araz Alizada (Social-Democrat), Ali Karimli (People Front Party, reformers), Gudrat Hasanquliyev (PFPA, unifiers), Lala-Sovkat Haciyeva (Liberal), Etibar Mammadov (Party of National Independence), Heydar Aliyev and Ilham Aliyev (Motherland party), Ilyas Ismayilov (Adalat), Isa Qambar (Musavat), Rasul Quliyev (Azerbaijan Democrat Party).
Chairman of the Party for National Independence of Azerbaijan (PNIA) Etibar Mammadov, who also took part in the gathering, has told AssA-Irada that the meeting adopted a statement on Azerbaijan which envisions IDU's concern over the organization of presidential elections to be held in Azerbaijan this fall. He said IDU also expressed its dissatisfaction with the previous elections held in Azerbaijan, particularly mentioning that the electoral register should be published so that experts could conduct independent researches. Mr. Mammadov went on saying that IDU would support the PNIA chairman's nomination in the upcoming presidential elections. Attending the ceremony were leader of the Party for National Independence of Azerbaijan (PNIA) Etibar Mammadov, chairman of the Popular Front Party of Azerbaijan (PFPA, reformers) Ali Karimli and head of the Musavat Party Isa Qambar.


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