Unity Party (Azerbaijan)

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The Unity Party (Azerbaijani: Vəhdət Partiyası, VP) is a political party in Azerbaijan led by Tahir Kərimli.


The party was established in 1995.[1] In April 2000 a breakaway led to the formation of the Unity Party II, which later merged into the Azerbaijani Popular Front Party.[1] It supported Ilham Aliyev of the New Azerbaijan Party in the 2008 presidential elections.[2]

In the 2015 parliamentary elections the party won a single seat,[3] with Kərimli elected in the Ağsu-İsmayilli constituency.[4]


  1. ^ a b Europa World Yearbook 2004, Taylor & Francis Group, p634
  2. ^ Vahdat Party to Support Candidacy of Current President of Azerbaijan at Presidential Elections Trend, 19 September 2007
  3. ^ Last elections IPU
  4. ^ 87. Ağsu-İsmayilli MSK