Today.Az » Politics » Sabir Rustemkhanli: "We feel need for strong opposition"
21 December 2006 [10:37] - Today.Az
"We need strong opposition in the country when external pressures on our country increases and Karabakh conflict is not settled yet. But unfortunately, there some forces in opposition fighting with each others and this causes problems for our country," said MP, the chairman of Civil Solidarity party Sabir Rustemkhanli.
He considered that Musavat, Azadliq block and some other opposition parties can come together on national problems and noted that they are blaming CSP for close relation with government.
"Let them answer what the opposition is. To destroy everything and make noise is not opposition. This is the way of betrayal," he added.
Saying that the opposition in our country is not constructive, Rustemkhanli stated that CSP always continues to fight. The chairman noted that other parties call themselves radical and they consider that radicalism is to swear and insult.
"They call the parties not leading this way constructive. I do not want to be fighter. I have always said my sharp word," he said.
Parliamentarian considers that the people called to the rallies are always deceived that is why there is less interest to the actions. He also touched upon the cooperation of the parties with international organizations, external forces.
"I have always told my friends in the opposition that it is not necessary to believe international organizations and there is not need to inform them about all the events of the country. It is ridiculous to believe that any external forces will help the opposition to come to power. To believe any international organization is humiliation for our nation," Rustemkhanli noted.
Saying that he appealed to YAP concerning the dialogue, Rustemkhanli reminded that government and opposition parties have always come together by the support of international organizations.
"I want to sit at the table without the presence f foreign organizations. There are some issues that are important to be discussed without any international organization," he told the APA.