Hungarian opposition demands the resignation of Justice Minister
YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 1, ARMENPRESS: Hungarian opposition "Democratic coalition" party demands the resignation of Vice-Prime Minister of Hungary, minister of Justice Tibor Navracsics. In response to the question of Armenpress from opposition, left wing party mentioned that Hungarian Government did not act neutrally towards Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict. "The Government of Victor Orban by extraditing Ramil Safarov shows that human life is not estimated in Hungary as a blood-mad who murdered a man with an axe has been released" informed from the party.
The party demands to call an out of turn session of Hungarian Parliament.
The Democratic Coalition abbreviated to DK, is a centre-left political party in Hungary led by former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcs. Founded in 2010 as a group within the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP), the party split from the MSZP on 22 October 2011 and became a separate party. It has ten MPs in the National Assembly.
On February 19 of 2004 in Budapest Azerbaijani officer Ramil Safarov slayed with an ax Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan when the latter was sleeping. The two officers were taking part in English language courses in framework of NATO program in Budapest. Hungarian court sentenced Ramil Safarov to life imprisonment, without a right to be pardoned during the first 30 years in jail. On August 31 of 2012 Hungarian authorites made a decision to extradite Safarov to Azerbaijan.
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