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Azerbaijan after presidential elections: Political prisoners

 

What is the political situation in Azerbaijan after presidential elections? What are the current conditions for media and NGOs, political prisoners, former president candidates? Exclusive interview with Gunay Ismayilova, Human rights defender and activist from Azerbaijan at Newscafe.

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A Glimpse of Hope for Changes on Akhalkalaki People’s Faces

The residents of Akhalkalaki region are expecting some changes after the Presidential Elections in Georgia. Education, infrastructure, relations with Russia and Armenia are among the most important problems that Akhalkalaki residents list when they talk about the major concerns in their region. “First of all we would like to have good roads, open customs house between Armenia and Georgia.

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A Glimpse of Hope for Changes on Akhalkalaki People’s Faces

The residents of Akhalkalaki region are expecting some changes after the Presidential Elections in Georgia. Education, infrastructure, relations with Russia and Armenia are among the most important problems that Akhalkalaki residents list when they talk about the major concerns in their region. “First of all we would like to have good roads, open customs house between Armenia and Georgia.

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Armenian Community for Georgian Dream

Shirak Torosyan, the member of National Assembly of Armenia and the president of Armenian Union of Javakheti during the meeting with journalists in Armenia mentioned that one thing is clear: they don’t support the candidate of Saakashvili’s party due to his anti Armenian policy, so Armenian community will prefer to support the candidate from Bidzina Ivanishvilii’s party. Armenian community

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Social Media Role in Azerbaijani Presidential Elections

For the first time in history of Azerbaijani social media played a significant role in covering presidential elections intensively. In October 2013 people planned and organized protests on Facebook. During the pre-election campaign social networks served as theonly alternativesource of information. Opposition party members were actively using social media, mostly Facebook, to provoke

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Social Media Role in Azerbaijani Presidential Elections

For the first time in history of Azerbaijani social media played a significant role in covering presidential elections intensively. In October 2013 people planned and organized protests on Facebook. During the pre-election campaign social networks served as theonly alternativesource of information. Opposition party members were actively using social media, mostly Facebook, to provoke

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David Sherazadashvili from the Georgian Dream Party has become the mayor of Bolnisi, a region mostly populated by the ethnic Azerbaijanis.

What Vaziani residents expect from the Local Elections.

 

 

 

"It was a tottally unexpected to feel this strong support during the pre-election period."