|WikiProject Politics||(Rated Stub-class, High-importance)|
Can somebody please get the names of the cabinet, ministries and parliament in some sort of a colum, I couldnt get it done right. Baku87 14:07, 3 April 2006 (UTC)Baku87
Information came from: http://www.azer.com/aiweb/categories/services/positions.html
The government section of the "Outline of Azerbaijan" needs to be checked, corrected, and completed -- especially the subsections for the government branches.
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It does not make sense
How can Azerbaijan be classified as a presidential republic if the head of state and head of government are not vested on the same person, with the latter titles being attributed, respectively, to the President and the Prime Minister of Azerbaijan? --B.Lameira (talk) 15:39, 31 December 2015 (UTC)
Does this article need to be rewritten?
- Under #Political history; (A) the entire section makes no mention of events before 1991, (B) provides a single inline source, (C) has questionable POV issues, (D) does not link to History of Azerbaijan, and (E) carries undue weight for certain events and controversies.
- The sections on the Executive branch and the President are arbitrarily separated and fail to have a single WP:RS between them.
- Almost the same thing can be said about the #Legislative branch and #The National Assembly of Azerbaijan sections (except there are more sources here).
- Events listed under #Political parties and elections are out of order and out of date. It starts with the 2010 election before moving onto the 2003 Presidential elections.
- The section on #Administrative divisions is literally just a navbox.
- The immediate section after ends with
Azerbaijan was elected as one the members of the newly established Human Rights Council (HRC) by the General Assembly on May 9, 2006. Term of office will begin on June 19, 2006.showing how woefully out of date it is. That's on top of the whole section having major undue weight towards Azerbaijan's positive relationships
(there is not a single mention of the country of Armenia?).
- #Military is completely unsourced.
- Generally, there few internal links within this article that are especially helpful.
- Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic is talked about twice within the article. Once within its own section, but the first time it is introduced it is within #Legislative branch.