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European Parliament to examine Azerbaijani murderer’s case

European Parliament to examine Azerbaijani murderer’s caseSeptember 08, 2012 | 17:10

The matter concerning Ramil Safarov being granted pardon in Azerbaijan will be taken up during the European Parliament’s plenary session to be convened in Strasbourg, France, between September 10 and 13.  

This issue will be examined on September 13, and along the lines of the discussions around human rights and democracy matters.  

And a respective decision is expected to be reached on that day.

Armenian reported earlier that Ramil Safarov, a lieutenant in the Azerbaijani military, was extradited on August 31 from Hungary, where he was serving a life sentence—and with no expression of either regret or remorse—for the premeditated axe murder of Armenian lieutenant Gurgen Margaryan, in his sleep, during a NATO Partnership for Peace program in Budapest back in 2004.

As expected, Ramil Safarov’s return to Baku was welcomed, as was his act of murder, by the officials of president Ilham Aliyev’s government and much of Azerbaijani society, and the Azerbaijani president immediately granted him a pardon.

And Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan announced on August 31 that Armenia is suspending its diplomatic ties with Hungary.    

Ramil Safarov’s pardoning is condemned by virtually all international organizations.

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