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NIDA TRIAL: BAKHTIYAR GULIYEV WITHDRAWS APPEAL AFTER LEAVING NIDA
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On June 27, the Baku Appeals Court, presided over by Judge Hasan Ahmadov, held a preliminary hearing on the case of NIDA activists. At the beginning of the hearing the judge announced that defendant Bakhtiyar Guliyev has retracted his appeal. However the rest of the accused and lawyers who’d defended Guliyev’s rights at first instance court insisted that Guliyev had to personally attend court and confirm his waiver. Lawyers also filed a motion to review the appeal through partial investigation and to change the measure of pretrial detention. After deliberation, the court denied all motions except Guliyev’s statement on withdrawal of the complaint. The trial is scheduled for July 11. Note that not long ago Guliyev renounced his membership with NIDA and appealed to the President with a letter of regret for his past actions. Note that seven activists of NIDA Civic Movement were detained in April and May of 2013 and are charged with planning to use Molotov cocktails during a mass protest in Baku on March 10, 2013. Some of the youth are also charged with illegal possession of drugs. Member of the “Azad Genjlik” (Free Youth) organization Ilkin Rustemzadeh, who is co-accused with NIDA activists, was detained on May 17, 2013. He was first charged with hooliganism, then additionally with organizing riots and attempting to participate in them. On May 6, 2014, Rashadat Akhundov, Zaur Gurbanli, and Ilkin Rustemzadeh were sentenced to 8 years, Rashad Hasanov and Mammad Azizov to 7 and a half years, Uzeyir Mammadli and Bakhtiyar Guliyev to 7 years, and Shahin Novruzlu to 6 years in prison. Amnesty International has recognized all of the youth as “the prisoners of conscience”.
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Added: 2014-06-28
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