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Azerbaijan president cements power in disputed parliamentary polls

An Azeri soldier leaves a voting booth at a polling station in Baku on November 1, 2015 during Azerbaijan's parliamentary electionThe ruling party of the oil-rich former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan won a majority in disputed parliamentary polls that cemented President Ilham Aliyev’s grip on power, final results showed Monday. Aliyev’s Yeni (New) Azerbaijan party took 71 seats in the country’s 125-seat parliament, the Central Election Commission chief, Mazakhir Panakhov, told a news conference. International rights groups had cast doubt on the fairness of the election, accusing the government of jailing political opponents on trumped-up charges and limiting parties’ ability to campaign.

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