Press Review 29/10/14

Official newspapers write about the working visit of Ilham Aliyev to France and publish congratulations on the occasion of the Day of the Republic of Turkey.


Azadlig writes about the Washington hearings on human rights in Azerbaijan and notes expert calls to impose sanctions against government officials of Azerbaijan.

The paper considers the recent output of PFPA members from the party and their critical statements regarding PFPA as a certain order of the authorities.

The paper writes that the Pashayevs family bought TAIB Bank in Turkey. Its new name is Pasha Bank of Turkey.


Express publishes a statement by the head of the Central Bank Elman Rustamov that 5-6 banks that have failed to bring the share capital to the required level will be closed.


Bizim Yol publishes the statement by the MP Ghalib Salahzadeh, who says the new structure and the chairmen of municipalities have already been determined prior to the election.

The Chairman of the Council of State Support to NGOs and MP Azay Guliyev accuses the banks that they require a large amount of money from NGOs for banking services.


Yeni Musavat continues to write about the Paris meeting between President Ilham Aliyev and the President of France, where Aliyev promised to inquire about the case of Leyla Yunus. The newspaper says that this promise has increased the hope of release of political prisoners.

Huge traffic jams on the highway Baku-Sumgait are explained with the fact that the owner of the Baku Bus Station MP Elton Mammadov does not give permission for the extension of the road.

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