Rashad Hasanov was born on May 2, 1985 in Lankaran (approx. 270 km south of Baku). In his youth he attended a prestigious private Turkish lyceum (secondary school) in Lankaran and participated in the Azerbaijan National Science Olympiad. In the Olympiad he received an honor prize and gold medal in Mathematics. He graduated school with an honors diploma. Hasanov then attended the Middle East Technical University (ODTÜ) in Turkey. During his university years he led the Azerbaijani Students Association at ODTÜ and became vice-president of the Azerbaijani Students and Alumni Association. He also established a football team for Azerbaijani students and under his guidance the team won a
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bronze medal in its first year (2008-2009) and a gold medal in 2009-2010. During the 2010 Azerbaijani parliamentary elections, Hasanov was parliamentary candidate Bakhtiyar Hajiyev’s volunteer campaign manager. In this capacity, he coordinated over 100 volunteers. He continued this work for Hajiyev during the period from March 2011 to approved viagra pharmacy June 2012 in which Hajiyev was a political prisoner. Hasanov has been a member of a number of youth movements. He was a member of the Positive Change Youth Movement from 2010 to 2012, and served as a board member in 2011 and 2012. In 2011, Hasanov was also a board member of the Defense Committee of Youth’s Rights, a coalition of 9 organizations. In 2012, Hasanov left the Positive Change Movement and joined N!DA and, after a few months, he was elected to the board. Hasanov was detained by police at the “End Soldier Deaths” demonstration held in Baku on January 12, 2013 and fined by the Sabail District Court. He refused to pay the fine. In March 2013 he joined the EL Movement Transition from Authoritarianism to Democracy Project. On March 14, 2013 he was detained and is now serving 3 months of pretrial detention. He is accused under Criminal Code Article 228.3, which relates to the illegal possession, storage and/or transfer of weapons. If Hasanov is convicted, he faces between five and eight years of imprisonment. Twitterfast payday loans no credit check