Ayaz Mutalibov, the leader of the Communist Party of Azerbaijan, became president when Azerbaijan declared its independence in August 1991.
- Ayaz Mutallibov – Wikipedia
Ayaz Niyazi oglu Mutallibov (Azerbaijani: Ayaz Niyazi oğlu Mütəllibov, Russian: Аяз Ниязoвич Муталибов, born 12 May 1938, Baku) is an Azerbaijani politician who was the last leader of Soviet Azerbaijan, and the first President of independent Azerbaijan from October 1991 until May 1992.
- Ayaz Mutalibov | president of Azerbaijan | Britannica.com
Azerbaijan’s 1978 Soviet-era constitution was subsequently revised or superseded by the 1991 Act of Independence and by presidential and parliamentary decree. In 1995 a new constitution was overwhelmingly approved by referendum.
- Azerbaijani Ex-President Returns From Exile – RFE/RL
Azerbaijan’s first head of state, Ayaz Mutalibov, has returned to Baku after two decades of exile in Russia.
Former President of Azerbaijan Ayaz Mutalibov returned to Baku on Saturday after a 20-year stay in Russia. Mutallibov accompanied by his protection went to his house on the outskirts of Baku told Trend representative of the Social Democratic Party.
- Armenian Genocide: Ayaz Mutalibov was expatriated for truth about …
The first president of Azerbaijan recently gave an extremely interesting interview to one of the Russian TV channels in which it is narrated that the first president of Azerbaijan, who proclaimed the independence of the country, at present is living in the outskirts of Moscow in a state apartment, without a passport and livelihood.