In Turkish textbooks Heydar Aliyev presented as a dictator

In the textbook "Constitutional law" published in Turkey for university students, the former President of Azerbaijan, Heydar Aliyev is called a "dictator."

So, Aliyev along with Saddam Hussein and Pinochet appears as dictator of our time, the Azeri service of BBC reported.

Te author Farman Damirkol commenting the reckoning of Heydar Aliyev to dictators, noted that "where the president gains 98% of the votes, there is no democracy." "To speak out against the undemocratically elected president is not a coup, but a right," says Damirkol.

Farman Damirkol in the early 1990s worked as a legal adviser to the Milli Majlis of Azerbaijan. In March 1995, the authorities accused him of complicity in the rebellion of the special police squad, and he was arrested. After the intervention of then-President Suleiman Demirel, Damirkol was deported from Azerbaijan. -16D06 -


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