Elchibey

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Abulfaz Elchibey - Presidency
... Elchibey's rise to presidency came after the first round of heavy losses of Azerbaijan in the war against Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region ... The national presidential elections with 7 candidates were held on June 7, 1992, in which Elchibey was elected the President of Azerbaijan, gaining 54% of votes and becoming Azerbaijan's ... During the summer of 1992, Elchibey secured the full withdrawal of the Russian army from Azerbaijan, which became the first and only former Soviet republic (after the Baltic ...
History Of Azerbaijan - Independent Azerbaijan - Elchibey Presidency (1992-1993)
... to present a viable candidate at the 1992 elections and Abulfaz Elchibey, the leader of the Popular Front of Azerbaijan (PFA) and former dissident and political prisoner, was elected president with ... a year after his election, President Elchibey came to face the same situation that had led to the downfall of Mutalibov ... A military rebellion against Abulfaz Elchibey broke out in early June 1993 in Ganja under the leadership of Colonel Surat Huseynov ...
Azerbaijani Presidential Election, 1992
... The candidates included APF leader Abulfaz Elchibey, former parliament speaker Yaqub Mamedov, Movement for Democratic Reforms leader and Minister of Justice ... Etibar Mammadov, Elchibey's main rival in the polls, dropped out of the race a few days before the election, calling for rule by a coalition government and the postponement of ... Elchibey's election as president signaled a break in communist party dominance of Azerbaijani politics ...
Heydar Aliyev - Fall and Re-invention
... rise to power of Azerbaijan Popular Front led by Abulfaz Elchibey ... During Elchibey's one year in power, Aliyev continued to govern Nakhchivan without any subordination to official government in Baku ... June 1993, after the military coup in Ganja, led by Colonel Suret Huseynov, Abulfaz Elchibey was forced to invite Heydar Aliyev to Baku for mediating the crisis ...
Surat Huseynov - Ganja Revolt
... After the remaining Soviet turned Russian troops left Ganja on 28 May 1993, President Elchibey initiated a military operation called Tufan aimed at arresting Huseynov and disarming his detachments ... Elchibey deployed 4,000 troops led by Minister of Defence Dadash Rzayev, Commander of Internal Forces Fahmin Hajiyev and Attorney General Ikhtiyar ... Huseynov demanded that Ikhtiyar Shirinov signed a warrant for President Elchibey's arrest on grounds of conspiracy, murder, and abuse of power, which was exercised immediately ...