The "Yeni Azerbaijan" ruling party may win the majority of votes in the Azerbaijani parliamentary elections scheduled for November 1, Kazakh expert, Head of the Public Foundation “World of Eurasia” Eduard Paletayev said.
The elections, according to the political analyst, are the most important political process aiming to consolidate the society and issue credit of trust to the government. "Watching from outside, it is felt that Azerbaijan’s attitude to this procedure is very serious. This is also important due to the fact that the oil price has fallen - the most important export product of the country, and tensions in the Middle East intensified, "- E. Paletayev said.
A characteristic feature of the current Azerbaijani elections, according to Poletaeva, is a considerably competitive environment - in fact, the presence of six candidates for a seat.
Head of the Public Foundation “World of Eurasia” Eduard Paletayev is confident that the results of elections in Azerbaijan scheduled for November 1 will not have a negative impact on the Azerbaijani-Kazakh relations.
"These relations have long been characterized as constructive and complementary. Kazakhstan is one of the most important partners of Azerbaijan in Central Asia. A lot of Azerbaijanis live in in our country, economic and trade relations are built at a high level and the dialogue on the Caspian Sea is underway ", - E. Paletayev concluded.