Rashadat Akhundov and Uzeyir Mammedli, both members of the NIDA Board, were arrested on Saturday, March 30. In separate hearings held in the Nasimi District court, both were charged with Article 228.3 of the Criminal Code (illegal possession of firearms or ammunition by an organized group) and sentenced to 3 months of pretrial detention. They are facing a minimum of 5 and up to 8 years of prison time. Some biographical background via Adnan Hajizada’s Facebook: “Rashadat Akhundov is one of the strongest, smartest, honest and brave people that I have met in my lifetime. Rashadat Akhundov is
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a graduate of an elite Turkish Lyceum. When studying in State Economic University Rashadat was transferred to a special Honors Programme and was at the top of his class. For masters degree Rashadat was accepted to Central European University in Budapest with a full scholarship. Rashadat Akhudov was one of the founders of OL! Azerbaijan Youth Movement and later Nida Movement. Uzeir Mammadli was born in a rural area and went to a rural school. He had no tutors to prepare him to a university, he studied alone. Uzeyir Mammadli got accepted to the highest ranking Law degree in Baku State University (Scoring 642 out of 700 on the entrance exams) he graduated with high honors. Uzeyir Mammadli could have easily made a career in Prosecutors office, police or KGB, but he chose to be an attorney, he used to say: “Before fixing up our careers, we need to take care of the country first”. These guys are the cream of the crop of Azerbaijani youth and one of the very few hopes that this country has for developing. Rashadat is leaving behind a pregnant wife, she will give birth to a handsome boy in two weeks. Needless to say, Rashadat and his son will not see each other for a while.” Musavat newspaper published a biographical piece on Akhundov on April 11. A letter Akhundov wrote in prison circulated on Facebook on April 15. [letter] April 18 update on Akhundov and Mammadli (Musavat). April 17 updates on all. (Musavat).
Mammadli’s attorney’s report (Musavat). Akhundov’s attempt to get house arrest was denied. (Gənc fəalın şikayəti təmin olunmadı. RFERL. April 21, 2013.) Four other NIDA activists are already in pretrial detention: Rashad Hasanov [TL;DR report], Bakhtiyar Guliyev, Mammed Azizov, and Shahin Novruzov [TL;DR report]. Two more activists of NIDA Movement are arrested. Contact. March 30, 2013. NIDA -çılara həbs. RFERL. March 30, 2013. Power Increases Repression against Movement of NIDA. March 30, 2013. Contact. Two More Azerbaijani Activists Face Weapons Charges. RFERL. March 31, 2013. Adnan Hajizada’s Facebook. March 31, 2013.free samples cialis