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BLOGGER OMAR MAMMADOV CONVICTED, PROSECUTOR SEEKS 7-YEAR JAIL SENTENCE FOR HASAN HUSEYNLI (30 JUNE-4 JULY)
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The General Committee on Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Questions of the OSCE PA has made three amendments concerning Azerbaijan in the resolution adopted on June 30, following discussions at its 23rd session in Baku. According to the 39th amendment proposed by the head of the Committee, Isabel Santos from Portugal, the resolution notes that the OSCE PA expresses concern about the abuse of administrative procedures and legislation for the purpose of detention, imprisonment, intimidation or forced silencing of human rights defenders in many OSCE participating states. The 44th amendment proposed by Norwegian MP Bekkevold expressed "deep concern about the situation of Anar Mammadli (Head of the Election Monitoring and Democracy Studies Center), representative of the Azerbaijani civil society and human rights activist, who was recently sentenced to imprisonment in a court case with obvious political overtones." Finally, the 45th amendment, proposed by Habsburg Douglas from Sweden, urges the Government of Azerbaijan to allow the OSCE to open a Regional Office in Baku. The Azerbaijani parliamentarians expressed protest against these amendments, which nevertheless were adopted by majority vote. OSCE PA Committee on Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Questions adopted a resolution on protection of cultural property in OSCE region at its July 1 session in Baku. The document was presented by Azerbaijani MP Azay Guliyev. The resolution stresses importance of preserving the status of monuments and places related to history and culture regardless of their location. The draft resolution was proposed 10 amendments, of which 8 - by the Head of the Armenian delegation Artashes Geghamyan. Only two of Geghamyan's amendments were approved. The draft resolution author Guliyev had no objection towards these two amendments. The 23rd session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the OSCE held in the capital of Azerbaijan ended on July 2 with the adoption of Baku Declaration. Along with general issues relating to the activities of the OSCE, the declaration focuses on the actions of Russia against Ukraine. The declaration also made ​​a separate item with an appeal to the Azerbaijani authorities to release from prison the head of the Election Monitoring and Democracy Studies Center (EMDSC) Anar Mammadli, as well as to create him and the other victims of politicized courts conditions to continue their advocacy work. The declaration also called upon to restore the status of the OSCE Office in Baku, downgraded earlier to project coordinator. On July 2, former businessman Elshad Mammadov held a press conference at IRFS in connection with violation of his property rights. According to Mammadov, in 2012 he bought two flats in a sky-scraper near the Officers Park in Baku. The building was constructed by Avesta Group of Companies owned by Ibrahim Ibrahimli (Nehramli). But later he found out that some of the construction company's employees had sold one of the apartments to someone else without his knowledge. " With the help of courts, Ibrahimli then took away my second flat as well", said Mammadov. Mammadov also appealed to the courts, but they ruled in Ibrahimli's favor. The former businessman now intends to take the matter to the European Court, where his rights will be defended by lawyer Intigam Aliyev. On July 4, Nizami district court of Ganja city, under Judge Ayaz Mahmudov, held a hearing on the case of Hasan Huseynli, head of the Intelligent Citizen Enlightenment Center. According to lawyer Elchin Sadigov, the public prosecutor requested the court to sentence Huseynli to 7 years in prison. Huseynli is charged with stabbing his neighbor Arzu Gahramanov. Ganja City Main Police Office has opened a criminal case under Article 221.3 of the Criminal Code (hooliganism committed with use of a weapon). A restraining order has been imposed on Huseynli, which requires him not to leave his town of residence without permission while under investigation. The Baku Court on Grave Crimes announced verdict in blogger Omar Mammadov case on July 4, sentencing the young activist to 5 years in jail. Mammadov was convicted of illegal drug dealing. Omar Mammadov is a member of Civil Solidarity party and head of the “Akhin” (Flow) youth movement. After his arrest he re-joined NIDA movement. Mammadov was active social networker. Notably he was one of the admins of the Facebook Page “Selections from AzTV” which shared posts ridiculing and criticizing the faults of government officials. He was arrested in January of 2014 on charge of drug possession.
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Added: 2014-07-11
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