Ruslan Asad, NDI employee, detained

One of the founding members of OL (To Be) Youth Movement, and current employee of National Democratic Institute (NDI) Baku, Ruslan Asad, was detained 14 March around 5pm local time on the way to the office of NDI. Ruslan was walking with his colleague Sanan Suleymanov when two men approached the two from behind. Sanan was told to stay out of this (according to viagra or cialis Sanan’s own words) while Ruslan was taken away and placed into a Toyota brand car. The two men, introduced themselves as the employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Asad was already detained during March 10 protest held in Baku. Asad was released shortly after. He said he

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was interrogated by a prosecutor. he was asked questions about NDI and its relations with NIDA movement (this is all from a chat with Sanan Suleymanov from NDI). Ruslan asked if next time he is called in for interrogation he is not “abducted” from the street and told in advance and invited properly. Prosecutor accepted the suggestion- he might be invited back in for questioning. Two Activists, Including NDI Employee, Detained In Baku. RFERL. March, 14. 2013. Security services detain employee of NDI (renewed). Contact. March 14, 2013. Azerbaijani Government Arrests Another NIDA Activist, Detains and Interrogates NDI Employee. AzeriReport. March 14, 2013. Updated March 19, 8:00 pm Bakubuy generic viagra

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