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Mr Kamal JAFAROV (Azerbaijan, EC/DA)


In the political groups

  • Member: European Conservatives Group and Democratic Alliance since 25/06/2021
  • Member: Members not belonging to a Political Group from 30/04/2020 to 24/06/2021

In the Assembly

  • since 30/04/2020 Representative - Azerbaijan

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)

  • Alternate EC/DA: Committee on the Election of Judges to the European Court of Human Rights (since 24/06/2022)
  • Full Member: Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights (since 30/04/2020)
  • Full Member: Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons (from 30/04/2020 to 24/01/2021)
  • Chairperson: Sub-Committee on Human Rights (since 22/03/2023)
  • Vice-Chairperson: Sub-Committee on Human Rights (from 26/01/2022 to 22/01/2023)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Human Rights (since 19/04/2021)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on the implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (since 19/04/2021)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Diasporas and Integration (from 29/05/2020 to 24/01/2021)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Migrant Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings (since 29/05/2020)
  • Alternate of Mr Tural GANJALIYEV (Full Member): Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons (since 25/01/2021)
  • Alternate of Ms Nigar ARPADARAI (Full Member): Sub-Committee on Diasporas and Integration (since 26/01/2021)


Last speeches

23/06/2023 | 10:32:45 Thank you very much, Mister President. I have to mention that one of the most egregious examples of transnational repression which this report failed to mention is based on ethnic cleansing. The people of Azerbaijan have suffered from ethnic cleansing, massacre, genocide, military occupation, and armed conflicts in the last two centuries. Ethnic cleansing committed against the people of Azerbaijan in 1905-1906, in 1918-1921, and in 1948-1951, in 1987-1991 could be characterised by its... 21/06/2023 | 19:07:27 Thank you very much, Madam President. Dear colleagues, The background to the work on this report is an ongoing debate in the UK about finding the most appropriate way to protect human rights and the rule of law within the framework of the UK's constitutional model. During the course of hearings, exchanges of views and an informative visit, I was struck at how this is the subject of intense yet thoughtful discussion in the UK. I am grateful to all those who contributed to this work. These... 25/04/2023 | 19:18:49 Thank you Madam President, In the summary of the report, the rapporteur points out that the partners have shown a varying degree of commitment to the goals of the partnership. This is a very important statement and we should ask ourselves why those partner countries are reluctant to commit themselves fully to the goals defined by us. Dear colleagues, The Council of Europe bodies were more effective and attractive for addressing common challenges, but therefore and naturally many neighbouring... 26/01/2023 | 19:39:27 Thank you very much, Mister President. Dear Colleagues, If there is any blockade, it's definitely an artificial information blockade conceived by those powers who wanted to divert attention from the war in Ukraine. An advisor to the Ukrainian president, Mykhailo Podolyak, gave a public interview to the Moldovan public television. In his interview, he said that the issues regarding the Lachin corridor are being artificially inflated with incorrect data on the size of the local population in... 24/01/2023 | 18:12:32 Thank you Madam President. Dear colleagues, And so to summarise, the fundamental principles of international law must be respected, protected, promoted, without any precondition, at any condition. Why am I starting my speech today with the conclusion? Because we all may have different political views. We may follow different political ideologies. It's also quite natural – we all may have different national interests. But in the end, despite these differences, we all shall come to the same...