It is possible to hold free, open and democratic elections in Azerbaijan. The statement came from Zeynal Nagdaliyev, head of the department for regional management and local authorities at the Azerbaijani Presidential Administration at opening of training for chairmen of district election commissions and polling stations conducted by the Central Election Commission (CEC). He emphasized the importance of the training.
‘Unlike previous years, today we can say with confidence that highly skilled professionals who each year continue to improve their sills conduct elections in the country. All this proves that it is possible to hold free, open democratic elections,’ Nagdaliyev noted.
‘The voting process in previous parliamentary elections was recognized as legal in all 125 constituencies “which is due to expertise of members of our district election commissions.
We can say that representatives of district election commissions performed their tasks. However electoral system is such a specific area that needs constant improvement and we must keep up with requirements of the time,’ Nagdaliyev noted.
The Head of the State also pays much attention to holding democratic elections in the country, the presidential official added.
‘Webcams were installed in 10 percent of polling stations due to his initiative. This is also result of democratic transformations in electoral system of Azerbaijan. One can also say with confidence that the issues related to election campaign, coordinating voters’ lists and other issues have been settled,’ Nagdaliyev stated.