The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Azerbaijan has approved the results of early parliamentary elections held on 9 February, ONA reports.
After the meeting, Chairman of the Constitutional Court Farhad Abdullayev announced the decision of the Plenum of the Constitutional Court.
According to the decision, the Constitutional Court approved the results of the elections.
The leading professor of Constitutional law department of the law faculty of Baku State University Nasib Shukurov and the professor of the same department, Philosophy Doctor in juridical sciences Gulshan Jabi have come up with speeches at the meeting in the capacity of experts. N. Shukurov said the elections on February 9 were held in accordance with the Constitution, in free, fair and democratic manner, and gave a favorable praise of the election process, ONA reports.
And Ulduza Hamidova and Gulnar Ahmadova have come up with the statement drawn up by the group of specialists consisting of employees of the State Statistics Committee of the Azerbaijan Republic. They also answered the questions of the judges.
Then the judges went into executive session.
After the session, the decision of the Constitutional Court regarding the results of the parliamentary elections will be announced.
A meeting of the Plenum of the Constitutional Court has kicked off over special constitutional proceedings, ONA reports.
The issues regarding checking and adopting the results of snap parliamentary elections held on February 9 are being reviewed at the meeting.
Announcing the meeting open, Farhad Abdullayev, the chairman of the Azerbaijan Constitutional Court presented to staff and secretary of court. Reporter judge started to inform about the scheduling, holding, and finals of parliamentary elections.
The Plenum of the Constitutional Court will hold a meeting over special constitutional proceedings today, ONA reports.
The results of snap parliamentary elections will be reviewed at the meeting.
The early parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan were held on 9 February.