Press Review 02-03.12.12


Official newspapers write about President Ilham Aliyev receiving credentials from the newly appointed ambassadors of foreign countries to Azerbaijan, as well as publish a presidential decree on the entry into force of amendments to several laws of the country.


Azadlig reports the son-in-law of the Parliament’s Speaker Oktay Asadov fled to England, with his name linked to a civil law case.


The Minister Natig Aliyev held a secret meeting with a famous Russian businessman, a member of the so-called "alliance of billionaires," Iskender Khalilov, who has complex relations with official Baku.


In the recent telephone conversation between President Ilham Aliyev and Vladimir Putin, the latter invited Azerbaijan to join the CIS Customs Union.


A landslide occurred in Area No 20 in the Bayil settlement of Baku. 


The former editor of the official newspaper Khalg Gazeti, journalist Mahal Ismailoglu, familiar with the "kitchen" of the presidential administration, says that the appointment of deputy heads of the presidential administration is to be seen as the nearest resignation of the head of this administration, Ramiz Mehdiyev.


PFPA leader Ali Kerimli calls on all forces interested in saving the country from the ruling family to unite in the upcoming 2013 presidential election.


The daughter and wife of the former political prisoner Fakhraddin Bagirov have had to leave the country due to persecution.


Yeni Musavat reports the Transport Minister bought two mountains in Guba.


Representatives of youth organizations indicate serious preparation for the action of the Public Chamber, which is scheduled for December 10.


The head of the socio-political department of the Presidential Administration Ali Hasanov says that four new appointments in the Presidential Administration were made in order to increase efficiency in certain areas.


Baki Khabar says experts believe that oil production in the Caspian Sea may increase compared to previous years, only in the years 2014-15.

Experts say that in the next 10 days, the fate of the Gabala radar station will be resolved and it will be leased to the Russian Federation for a period of at least three years.


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