Residents of Alibayli village: “No matter who is, but our deputy must be Gakh-born one”

Candidate for deputy Ahmad Shahidov met with georgian residents living in Alibayli village of Gakh.

On October 20, candidate for deputy Ahmad Shahidov visited Alibayli village of Gakh region. Ahmad Shahidov met with local residents in the open air in the center of the village and inquired about the concerns and problems of the villagers. Noting the problem of drinking water in Alibayli village, the residents said that the village secondary school is in a dilapidated condition and local officials are not interested in the care of the village.

Emphasizing that they will vote for the candidate originally from Gakh region, Alibayli residents said that the current MP is not interested in them and does not take care of the village, as well as local officials are indifferent to Alibayli village.

Being in Alibayli village, Ahmad Shahidov visited the village secondary school, toured the dilapidated classrooms and had an interesting conversation with ethnic georgian pupils.

Biography: Ahmad Shahidov was born in 1982 in the Gakh region. He graduated from Baku Slavic University with bachelor’s, master’s and post graduate degrees. He is PhD in Philology. He graduated from the State Law Faculty of the Russian Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation in Moscow.

He is a director of the Azerbaijan Institute for Democracy and Human Rights.

He is a human rights defender, socio-political activist, journalist, poet, writer, author of 7 books.

Besides that he has attended a series of international conferences, held various meetings with the top officials of the European institutions, human rights, watchdog organizations and signed mutual understanding agreements as a human rights defender. These very groundbreaking meetings and conferences played crucial role in his life in terms of being more and more active in sociopolitical life of his country – Azerbaijan. More about his activity, please visit

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