by Kenan Aliev BAKU, 30 November (EurasiaNet)–Azerbaijani President Heidar Aliyev is pushing ahead with plans to pass power to his son, Ilham. The younger Aliyev’s elevation to senior deputy chairman of the ruling party places him in direct line to succeed his father as president. Opposition leaders, however, say a lack of political experience will […]

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