Azerbaijani deputy PM denies rumors of snap parliamentary elections
BAKU. July 4 (Interfax) - Reports stating that extraordinary parliamentary elections are going to be held in Azerbaijan are unfounded, Ali Akhmedov, the country's deputy prime minister and deputy chairman of the Yeni Azerbaijan ruling party, said.
"I don't know the reason for the rumors that an extraordinary parliamentary election will be conducted in Azerbaijan. It's possible that some journalists want to increase their readership in this way. There are currently no grounds for extraordinary parliamentary elections," Akhmedov told reporters on Thursday.
The next parliamentary elections will be held in Azerbaijan in November 2020 under legislation, he said.
Parliamentary elections are conducted in Azerbaijan once in every five years.