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Al Ittihad Jeddah (basketball)
The Ittihad Party (Azeri: İttihad firqəsi) was a radical Islamist party in the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
in 1917–1920. It was formed in September 1917 in opposition to the secular Musavat
Musavat
Party and proposed political unity of all the Muslims of the Russian Empire (ittihad in Arabic means "union"). In addition to propagating the legalization of the Sharia
Sharia
law within the Muslim
Muslim
communities, the goal of the Ittihadists was to prevent the formation of independent nation-states on the Muslim-populated territories of the Russian Empire.[1] In 1918, Ittihad with 11 members became the second largest party in Azerbaijan's parliament
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Al-Ittihad (other)
Al-Ittihad (Arabic: الاتحاد "The Union"), sometimes transliterated as Al-Etihad or Al-Ettihad may refer to::Contents1 Sports1.1 Football1.1.1 Libya 1.1.2 Other countries1.2 Basketball2 Newspapers 3 Other uses 4 See alsoSports[edit] Football[edit] Libya[edit]Al-Ittihad Club (Tripoli), a football club based in Bab Ben Gashier Al Ittihad Gheryan, a football club based in Gharyan Alittihad Misurata SC, a football club based in MisurataOther countries[edit] (by country)Al Ettihad Club (Bahrain), a football club in Bahrain Al Ittihad Alexandria Club, or Al-Ittihad Al-Sakandary, or Union Alexandria, a multisport club in Egypt Al-Ittihad SC (Basra), a multisport club in Iraq Hapoel al-Ittihad Nazareth, an Arab-Israeli football club based in Nazareth, Israel Al-Ittihad Club (Salalah), a football club in Oman Al-Ittihad Club (Nablus), a football club in Palestine Al-Gharafa, renamed from Al-Ittihad in 2004, a football c
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Azerbaijan National Independence Party
The National Independence Party of Azerbaijan NIPA (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Milli İstiqlal Partiyası) is a centre-right political party in Azerbaijan.Contents1 History 2 Ideology and political positions 3 Organization 4 International networks 5 Leaders 6 External linksHistory[edit] NIPA was founded on July 3–4, 1992 and was officially registered at the Justice Ministry on July 17 the same year, reestablishing multi-party system in Azerbaijan after 70 years of Soviet rule. NIPA was the first political organization to struggle for political power and its party leader Etibar Mammadov was one of the leading figures of the Azerbaijani national freedom movement. While holding a press conference in Moscow City on January 26, 1990 on the massacres committed by the Soviet Union in Baku January 20, 1990, Etibar Mammadov was arrested and detained in the Lefortovo prison. NIPA has taken part in all elections held in the country since independence
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Party For Democratic Reforms (Azerbaijan)
Party for Democratic Reforms (PDR) (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Demokratik İslahatlar Partiyası) is an Azerbaijani political party established on May 27, 2005. The party's first congress took place on July 4, 2005, where party's program and memorandum were accepted, members of its Political Council and General Revision Committee were elected. Party's congress also elected Asim Mollazade, member of the Parliament of Azerbaijan, as party's first chairman
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Social Democratic Party Of Azerbaijan
The Azerbaijani Social Democratic Party (ASDP) (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Sosial-Demokrat Partiyası) is an Azerbaijani political party led by the former President of Azerbaijan Ayaz Mutalibov
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Unity Party (Azerbaijan)
The Unity Party (Azerbaijani: Vəhdət Partiyası, VP) is a political party in Azerbaijan led by Tahir Kərimli. History[edit] The party was established in 1995.[1] In April 2000 a breakaway led to the formation of the Unity Party II, which later merged into the Azerbaijani Popular Front Party.[1] It supported Ilham Aliyev of the New Azerbaijan Party in the 2008 presidential elections.[2] In the 2015 parliamentary elections the party won a single seat,[3] with Kərimli elected in the Ağsu-İsmayilli constituency.[4] References[edit]^ a b Europa World Yearbook 2004, Taylor & Francis Group, p634 ^ Vahdat Party to Support Candidacy of Current President of Azerbaijan at Presidential Elections Trend, 19 September 2007 ^ Last elections IPU ^ 87
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Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party
The Popular Front Party of Whole Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani: Bütöv Azərbaycan Xalq Cəbhəsi Partiyasi) is a political party in Azerbaijan.[citation needed] At the parliamentary election of 1 November 2015 the party won 1 out of 125 seats. The PFPWA is a member of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe. References[edit]v t ePolitical parties in Azerbaijan National AssemblyNew Azerbaijan Party (69) Civic Solidarity Party (2) Azerbaijan Democratic Enlightenment Party (1) Azerbaijan Social Prosperity Party (1) Civic Unity Party (1) Great Order Party (1) Motherland Party (1) National Revival Movement Party (1) Party for Democratic Reforms (1) Social Democratic Party (1) Unity Party (1) Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party (1)UnrepresentedAlliance Party for the Sake of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Communist Party Azerbaijan Democratic Firgue Azerbaijan Democratic Party Azerbaijan Liberal Party Azerbaijan National Democrat Party Azerbaijan N
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Alliance Party For The Sake Of Azerbaijan
The Alliance Party for the Sake of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Naminə Alyans Partiyası) is a political party in Azerbaijan. At the last elections (5 November 2000 and 7 January 2001), the party won 1.0% of the popular vote and 1 out of 125 seats.This article about an Azerbaijani political party is a stub
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Azerbaijan Communist Party (1993)
The Azerbaijan Communist Party (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Kommunist Partiyası (ACP); Азəрбаjҹан Коммунист Партиjасы (АКП)) is a communist party in Azerbaijan. AKP was set up in 1993 by Ramiz Ahmadov (March 6, 1939 – September 10, 2007) and registered by the Justice Ministry in 1994.Contents1 Ideology 2 Leaders 3 Results 4 External linksIdeology[edit] AKP maintains close contacts with the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and wants reunification with Russia while still being patriotic. In one occasion Ahmadov stated: we are Narimanovists, followers of the national, cultural and economic ideas of Nariman Narimanov.[1] Nariman Narimanov was a moderately nationalist and leftist Azeri leader of the 1920s, and is viewed in retrospect as a forerunner of "national communism." AKP often criticizes United States politics in the region
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Azerbaijan Democratic Firgue
The Azerbaijan Democratic Firgue (Azərbaycan Demokrat Firqəsı) is a political party in Azerbaijan.This article about an Azerbaijani political party is a stub
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Azerbaijan Democratic Party
The Azerbaijan Democratic Party (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Demokrat Partiyası), also known as ADP, is a political party in Azerbaijan.Contents1 History 2 Integration 3 Conference 4 Congress 5 Political CouncilHistory[edit] The Azerbaijan Democratic Party was established on January 26, 1991, by the participants of 27 persons. On October 17, it was registered by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic. It was registered by the Ministry of Justice of Azerbaijan Republic on March 14, 1993, after the adoption a new law about political parties. Later in the same year, the headquarters of the party was moved into the city of Baku. Sardar Jalaloglu was elected as a party leader at the first Congress of ADP and remained a sole leader of the ADP between 1994-1996. In order to prevent the participation of ADP in the parliament election, the Ministry of Justice, by political request, cancelled the registration of the party illegally on September 1, 1995
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Azerbaijan Liberal Party
The Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
Liberal Party (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Liberal Partiyası) is a liberal political party in Azerbaijan. It was founded on 3 June 1995 by the former Secretary of State of Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
Lala Shevket
Lala Shevket
on the Constituent Conference held in the town of Barda in the unoccupied part of Qarabagh region of Azerbaijan. It was registered with the Azerbaijani Ministry of Justice on 15 August 1995. ALP declares its main purpose to be the construction of a legal state with socially orientated liberal economy, parliamentary democracy and with the clear division of powers between the branches of government, guaranteeing equality of everyone before the law. The supreme governing body of ALP is its Congress
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Azerbaijan National Democrat Party
The Azerbaijan National Democrat Party (Azerbaijani: Milli Demokrat İdrak Partiyası), formerly known as the Grey Wolves Party,[1][2] is a political party in Azerbaijan. It is the branch of the Grey Wolves in Azerbaijan. Isgandar Hamidov, a party member, was the Minister of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan of the Azerbaijan Popular Front Party government
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Azerbaijani Popular Front Party
The Azerbaijani Popular Front Party (APFP) (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Xalq Cəbhəsi Partiyası, pronounced [ɑzærbɑjˈd͡zɑn xɑlɡ d͡zæpæˈsi]) is an opposition political party in Azerbaijan, founded in 1992 by Abulfaz Elchibey. After Elchibey's death in 2000, the party split into two factions, the reform wing led by Ali Kerimli and the classical wing led by Mirmahmud Miralioglu. During 5 November 2000 (and 7 January 2001) parliamentary elections, the party won 11.0% of the popular vote and 6 out of 125 seats in the National Assembly of Azerbaijan. Its candidate Gudrat Hasanguliyev won only 0.4% of the popular vote in the 15 October 2003 presidential elections
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Motherland Party (Azerbaijan)
The Motherland Party (Azerbaijani: Ana Vətən Partiyası) is an Azerbaijani political party established in 1990.[1] Its membership consists primarily of Azerbaijanis who originate in Armenia but who live in the country as a result of the Karabakh War. The party's leader Fazail Agamali is a former deputy minister for social protection. The party's goal is to create a free, powerful, democratic and whole Azerbaijan.[2] At the 2010 parliamentary elections, it won 2 out of 125 seats.[3] References[edit]^ "History" (in Azerbaijani) ^ "Party Program" (in Azerbaijani) ^ Republic of Azerbaijan Legislative Elelction of 7 November 2010. Azerbaijan Election Commission
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Communist Party Of Azerbaijan (1996)
The Communist Party of Azerbaijan (often known as "CPA-2") is a communist party in Azerbaijan, a splinter group from the main Communist Party of Azerbaijan. CPA-2 is led by Firudin Hasanov. CPA-2 was formed in 1996. CPA-2 developed close relation with the government of the country and for a brief period it was the only legally registered communist party in the country. Hasanov was a candidate in Azerbaijan's 1998 presidential election and he arrived fourth obtaining 29.224 votes (0.87%)
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