15 February 1999 After Heidar Aliev proclaimed victory in the 15 October 1998 election, which was widely condemned by international observers as rigged, Azerbaijan’s opposition has struggled to unify. Most major parties (including the Popular Front, the liberal Musavat [Equality] party, and the Azerbaijan Democratic Party) boycotted the polling. Few believe the official 75 percent […]

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