Press Review 18.01.2017

The relationship between state and religion, the reality of the next increase in gas prices, the illegal actions of the collectors against indebted citizens, causes of the growth of  the wealth of oligarchs in the crisis  are the leading topics of today's press.

"Azerbaijan" newspaper writes that the country became the center of the idea of ​​Islamic solidarity. The paper assesses the relationship of state and religion. The author also speaks of national and moral values, religious tolerance, about the upcoming Games of the Islamic Solidarity.

Website "Azadlıqinfo" writes about the announced by SOCAR  the price hikes in energy and causes reflections on this subject by the head of PFPA Ali Karimli. He believes that the problem is the unaccountability of government to the people. SOCAR’s unprofitable job  is explained by the "loss" of one  million cubic meters of consumer gas within the network. According to Karimli, the oil companies formed a pyramid of corruption. He believes that the people should respond to the next  price increase.

"Exo" publishes an article about how debts  are taken from the population are. Azerbaijani banks cannot solve the problem of bad loans, so it is no wonder why collectors become so aggressive. They use illegal methods to make people pay debts: intimidation, providing psychological and physical pressure.

"Yeni Musavat" writes why the  profit of oligarchs under crisis does not reduced. Usually under crises  the authoritarian regimes place  burden onto the shoulders of the population, which become poorer day by day, according to the economist Gubad Ibadoglu.

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