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SUBJECT: DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS DIALOGUE 
 
REF: A. BAKU 524 
 B. BAKU 557 
 
Classified By: Ambassador Anne E. Derse per 1.4 (b,d). 
 
 1. (C) Summary: DRL A/S Kramer and Foreign Minister 
Mammadaryov conducted the fourth round of the DRL-led 
U.S.-Azerbaijan Democracy and Human Rights Dialogue on June 
27 in Baku. Mammadyarov defended Azerbaijan's recent 
electoral changes as in keeping with European standards and 
agreed that implementation would be key. He also said U.S. 
election assistance was important to help change Azerbaijan's 
lingering Soviet mentality. At Kramer's urging, Mammadyarov 
promised to look into the re-registration of the U.S.-funded 
Election Monitoring Center. Mammadyarov noted that President 
Aliyev had publicly pledged to invite international observers 
for Azerbaijan's October presidential election and agreed to 
issue a new MFA statement highlighting this pledge. Kramer 
urged the GOAJ to send a strong signal of its commitment to 
media freedom by releasing three jailed journalists, issuing 
a statement condemning violence against journalists, and 
decriminalizing libel; he also urged the GOAJ to allow 
Azadliq reporter Agil Khalil to leave the country and to 
investigate the beating of IRFS Director Emin Huseynov. 
Mammadyarov promised to write to the State Committee on Works 
with Religious Authorities regarding pressure against 
nontraditional religious groups, and to State Anti-Corruption 
Commission Chair Ramiz Mehdiyev regarding implementation of 
the GOAJ's anti-corruption plan; his staff subsequently 
contacted us to follow up on these issues. Mammadyarov and 
Kramer agreed to expand the dialogue to include 
representatives from relevant line ministries, including the 
Minister of Justice. They tentatively agreed to hold the 
next dialogue in Baku in September. End summary. 
 
 2. (SBU) DRL Assistant Secretary David Kramer and the 
Ambassador met with Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov on 
June 27 for the fourth DRL-led round of our bilateral human 
rights and democracy dialogue. Mammadyarov, who was 
well-prepared with briefing papers and specific points for 
each agenda item, was accompanied by MFA Spokesperson Khazar 
Ibrahim, and staff from the Americas Desk and Human Rights 
Department. Pol/Econ Chief (notetaker) also attended the 
meeting. 
 
GOAJ WATCHING EVENTS IN ARMENIA 
------------------------------- 
 
 3. (C) Kramer began the meeting with an overview of his 
regional trip, noting that he had expressed deep concern in 
Yerevan over violence surrounding Armenia's presidential 
election. Mammadyarov said he was worried about Armenian 
President Sargsyan's ability to handle his complex domestic 
political situation, explaining that "it is in no one's 
interest to have a weak neighbor" as that could postpone 
resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Mammadyarov 
noted that Sargsyan had faced immediate criticism following 
his announcement that he favored a reconciliation commission 
with Turkey, leading Mammadyarov to wonder whether Sargsyan 
could get the support of the Armenian people on a possible 
peace deal with Azerbaijan. "This is a dangerous scenario 
for us," Mammadyarov said, worrying that Sargsyan's Moscow 
visit hinted at a more conservative approach to NK. 
Mammadyarov said the GOAJ is trying to explain to the new 
Armenian government that stability, through a peaceful 
solution to the NK conflict, will enhance Armenia's regional 
position. Mammadyarov was critical of Armenia's continuing 
dependence on Russia, contrasting Armenia's policy choices to 
other former Soviet republics' pursuit of independence and 
sovereignty. 
 
LET'S CONTINUE THE DIALOGUE 
--------------------------- 
 
 4. (C) Mammadyarov agreed with Kramer's statement that the 
greatest way to strengthen Azerbaijan's independence and 
sovereignty is to strengthen Azerbaijan's democratic 
practices and respect for human rights. Calling Azerbaijan's 
democratic transition "inevitable," Mammadyarov said the GOAJ 
is working to implement its democratic commitments. The 
Azerbaijani Government recognizes the important role played 
by democracy and human rights in its bilateral relationship 
with the U.S., and appreciates the open discussions and 
advice shared by the U.S. on this issue. While some U.S. 
suggestions work, others do not, Mammadyarov said. "This is 
the beauty of the dialogue; we discuss, and this is an 
education process." Kramer agreed, noting that he had made 
concrete suggestions during his earlier meeting with 
President Aliyev (septel), in the spirit of offering 
suggestions on the way the Azerbaijani Government could 
demonstrate to the international community that it is 
continuing to move in a democratic direction. Mammadyarov 
urged the U.S. to keep this dialogue on human rights and 
democracy issues in private channels, as Azerbaijan's 
lingering Soviet legacy made some issues more difficult than 
others. "It's a question of strategy," Mammadyarov said. 
 
POLITICAL PROCESS REFORM 
------------------------ 
 
 5. (C) Mammadyarov provided an overview of recent changes to 
Azerbaijan's electoral code (ref a). He characterized 
Azerbaijan's decision to shorten the campaign period to 75 
days as in keeping with European standards, and highlighted 
changes to the complaints and appeals process as a positive 
development. Mammadyarov defended the GOAJ's decision not to 
change the composition of the electoral commissions as 
recommended by the Venice Commission and ODIHR, stating that 
the compromise put forth by ODIHR splitting the commissioners 
equally among ruling party, independent and opposition 
representatives was "untenable." He said that the GOAJ had 
tried this approach in the 2000 election, resulting in a 
deadlocked process. Kramer noted that, in their public 
comments on these electoral changes, the Venice Commission 
and OSCE/ODIHR had emphasized that implementation of these 
new procedures will be key, to ensure that they strengthen 
the transparency of Azerbaijan's electoral process. 
Mammadyarov readily agreed, and said he hoped the U.S. would 
continue its election assistance programs to help change the 
mentality and traditions that lingered from Azerbaijan's 
Soviet past. Mammadyarov agreed to look into the GOAJ's 
apparent refusal of election training offered to local 
officials (ExComs) by the OSCE. 
 
 6. (C) Mammadyarov agreed that media access "will continue 
to be an issue" for the October election. Mammadyarov 
believes that new provisions switching candidates' free air 
time from AzTV to Public TV will not be problematic, telling 
us "I discussed this with the President, and it will be open; 
let them talk as much as they can." However, Mammadyarov 
acknowledged that the private media's coverage of the 
presidential election is likely to be problematic, as it was 
during the 2005 parliamentary election. Mammadyarov said 
that although he had urged the owners of private TV stations 
to provide air time to all candidates, their response was 
"harsh," indicating that they would sell air time as they saw 
fit. 
 
 7. (C) Mammadyarov said that he had "no news" regarding the 
status of the Election Monitoring Center (EMC), adding that 
the issue should be pursued through legal channels. Kramer 
noted that he had raised the issue with the Minister of 
Justice and had met with EMC, and the Ambassador added that 
the Embassy had been working with EMC to ensure the 
organization was operating within the boundaries of the law 
and in a non-partisan way. Mammadyarov commented that the 
"hard" statements from EMC Director Anar Mammadli, asserting 
that he had the full support of the U.S. Government, had not 
been helpful. 
 
 8. (C) Noting that he had raised EMC's status with President 
Aliyev, Kramer said he understood the sensitivities of NDI's 
relationship with the GOAJ and would raise these issues with 
NDI's leadership; he also noted that he had met with EMC and 
stressed the importance of remaining neutral. 
Re-registration of NDI would be a positive signal of the 
GOAJ's commitment to a free and fair election that the U.S. 
would seek to recognize. Mammadyarov promised to look into 
the issue. In a separate June 27 meeting, Minister of 
Justice Fikret Mammadov told Kramer that after EMC's 
registration, a further investigation by the MOJ discovered 
certain mistakes in their documentation, and the MOJ then 
referred the case to the court system which decided to 
deregister the organization. Mammadov commented that EMC is 
showing possibly "criminal" disrespect for the law by 
announcing its intent to continue operating after the court 
decision. 
 
 9. (C) Kramer and the Ambassador also urged the GOAJ to 
invite the European Network of Election Monitoring 
Organizations (ENEMO) to observe the October presidential 
election, noting that it had a long history of providing 
independent election observers throughout Eastern Europe and 
the former Soviet Union and would encourage the development 
of neutral election observation organizations in Azerbaijan. 
Mammadyarov was not familiar with the organization but 
promised to look into it. With a smile, Mammadyarov noted 
that when the U.S. starts to raise democracy issues, the 
Azerbaijani Government wonders what's behind it. 
 
 10. (C) In response to Kramer's suggestion that the GOAJ 
indicate soon that it would invite OSCE/ODIHR to observe 
the October election, Mammadyarov said that President Aliyev had 
issued a public statement during his recent travels 
indicating that the GOAJ would invite ODIHR to observe the 
election. Kramer urged Mammadyarov to consider reissuing the 
statement in a way that would make Azerbaijan's commitment 
clear to the international community, a point to which 
Mammadyarov readily agreed. However, Mammadyarov also said 
that the leadership of the ODIHR mission will be key, and 
complained about the role played by ODIHR's 2005 election 
observation mission. (Comment: MFA Spokesperson Khazar 
Ibrahim subsequently sent us President Aliyev's short May 29 
statement in Finland indicating that Azerbaijan "will invite 
observers." We suggested that the MFA reissue the statement, 
noting that the GOAJ intends to invite ODIHR.) 
 
MEDIA FREEDOM 
------------- 
 
 11. (C) Mammadyarov said the GOAJ had recently completed 
work with the OSCE on a new action plan for improving the 
state's relationship with the media. Mammadyarov noted that 
this issue is not just about journalism but is about the 
overall level of maturity within Azerbaijani society; he said 
he personally has been encouraging other ministers to be more 
open and responsive to the press. (Comment: According to 
the OSCE, this action plan is focused on developing more 
robust public relations and spokespersons functions within 
government ministries; it has not tackled the more difficult 
problems of criminal libel and physical violence against 
journalists.) MFA Spokesperson Ibrahim added that the GOAJ 
is trying to develop a "Meet the Press"-like weekly 
television program on foreign policy issues which would be 
broadcast on Public TV, with the goal of training journalists 
and producers. 
 
 12. (C) Kramer replied that Azerbaijan has serious problems 
in the media environment, and that he had discussed these 
issues frankly with President Aliyev (septel). Although 
President Aliyev's pardon of five jailed journalists last 
year was a positive step, three remain in jail and the U.S. 
hopes a way can be found for their release. Other 
journalists have been beaten, and Kramer said he had urged 
President Aliyev to issue a strong statement condemning 
violence against journalists. Azerbaijan's criminal libel 
law raises risk that it could be abused, and Kramer strongly 
urged the GOAJ to consider revising this law. 
 
 13. (C) Turning to specific cases, Kramer urged the GOAJ to 
allow Azadliq newspaper reporter Agil Khalil, who had been 
beaten and stabbed following his investigation into a corrupt 
land deal, to leave the country. Kramer suggested that, if 
the GOAJ required Khalil to testify in a criminal case, 
arrangements could be made for him to testify via video 
connections. When the Foreign Minister responded that he had 
already discussed this case with the Ambassador and that 
Khalil had bodyguards, the Ambassador noted that Khalil has 
been prevented from leaving he country three times on unclear 
legal grounds. The Foreign Minister suggested that she raise 
this case with the Prosecutor General. Kramer and the 
Ambassador also urged the GOAJ to conduct a thorough, 
independent investigation into the June 7 beating of 
Institute for Reporter Freedom and Safety Director Emin 
Huseynov (ref b). In response to Kramer's concerns about 
jailed Talysh Voice editor Novruzali Mammadov, Mammadyarov 
stated that Mammadov is a "spy" who acknowledged receiving 
USD 2000 per month from Iran. When Kramer again urged the 
GOAJ to take actions in support of media freedom, Mammadyarov 
said the GOAJ could not pardon these individuals, arguing 
"that should be done through legal procedures, otherwise that 
sends the wrong message." Mammadyarov said the individuals 
must appeal through normal legal channels. 
 
HUMAN RIGHTS 
------------ 
 
 14. (C) Kramer noted that, in his discussions with a broad 
range of civil society, political and media figures, no one 
had mentioned the GOAJ's Human Rights Ombudswoman as a useful 
resource or advocate. Kramer suggested that the GOAJ could 
consider further empowering this position or finding a more 
active person to take on what has proven to be a very helpful 
position in some neighboring countries; the GOAJ could also 
consider ways to make its human rights action plan a more 
effective tool. MFA Spokesperson Ibrahim noted that the 
Ombudswoman's term would expire soon, which could be a useful 
opportunity for change, but Mammadyarov commented that 
capacity could be a problem as Azerbaijan continues to face a 
deficit of well-trained professionals in the human rights 
area. Kramer acknowledged that capacity is a problem and 
suggested that the GOAJ also develop a robust police training 
program, and that the U.S. and Azerbaijan bring their 
respective experts from the Ministries of Justice into these 
discussions. Mammadyarov agreed, adding that it also could 
be useful to bring other technical agencies and ministries, 
such as the Central Election Commission, into the dialogue. 
 
 15. (C) Kramer expressed concern about an emerging pattern 
of pressure against "nontraditional" religious groups that 
could threaten Azerbaijan's otherwise good record of 
promoting religious freedom, citing recent arrests of 
Baptists and Jehovah's Witnesses, among other groups. 
Mammadyarov said that, in general, Baptists had a long 
history in Azerbaijan but that there appeared to be a local 
problem regarding the community in the Zaqatala region. He 
instructed the Human Rights Department to get the details of 
the case from the Embassy and then write a letter to the 
State Committee on Works with Religious Authorities (SCRWA) 
expressing concern and seeking further information. 
(Comment: We are following up with Mammadyarov's staff on 
this issue.) 
 
RULE OF LAW/ANTI-CORRUPTION 
--------------------------- 
 
 16. (C) Mammadyarov confirmed that Azerbaijan's new draft 
anti-money laundering/counter-terrorist finance legislation 
has been reviewed by Moneyval and is being considered by 
parliament. Mammadyarov said he had stressed to 
parliamentary leadership that the GOAJ must adopt the 
legislation in its current form, as it reflects Azerbaijan's 
international obligations. Mammadyarov confirmed that the 
new legislation, once adopted, will result in the creation of 
a Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), but administration of 
the FIU still remains unclear as GOAJ agencies disagree over 
which ministry should have responsibility for the FIU. 
Mammadyarov said he would write to the Speaker of Parliament 
to urge speedy passage of this legislation. 
 
 17. (C) Mammadyarov acknowledged that implementation of the 
GOAJ's second anti-corruption action plan could be improved, 
expressing concern that corruption is becoming "more and more 
visible in society" and that high-ranking officials' business 
holdings are creating significant conflict-of-interest 
problems. Although a new law on conflict-of-interest has 
been drafted, it has not yet been sent to parliament. When 
the Ambassador briefed Mammadyarov on specific steps the U.S. 
Embassy had suggested the GOAJ take to strengthen 
implementation of the anti-corruption action plan, 
Mammadyarov offered to write to Anti-Corruption Commission 
Chair Ramiz Mehdiyev to urge him to take these steps. (MFA 
staff subsequently followed up with the Embassy to obtain the 
specific recommendations.) 
 
 18. (C) Mammadyarov provided a brief update on Azerbaijan's 
judicial reform efforts, noting that the GOAJ was 
implementing a USD 21.6 million World Bank project to improve 
the judicial infrastructure and planned to increase the 
number of judges by 50 percent. The GOAJ also is working on 
a new code of ethics for judges. Mammadyarov welcomed 
Kramer's suggestion that judicial reform become a higher 
priority in the dialogue, and agreed that representatives 
from the two countries' Ministries of Justice be included in 
the talks. 
 
 19. (C) Kramer also reviewed Azerbaijan's judicial reform 
efforts in a separate June 27 meeting with Minister of 
Justice Fikret Mammadov. Mammadov highlighted a more 
rigorous and transparent selection process for judges, more 
training for current judges, the establishment of appeals 
courts, and the removal of corrupt judges. Kramer inquired 
into compensation for judges and the creation of an ex parte 
communication law, to which Mammadov replied that judge 
salaries are now 25 times higher than in 2000 and that a 
communication law has been in place since 2005. Mammadov 
deflected A/S Kramer's question about harassment of 
journalists by stating that the Prosecutor General's office 
is responsible for these investigations. Mammadov accepted 
Kramer's invitation to participate in the next meeting of the 
bilateral Democracy Dialogue. 
 
ENGAGED, EMPOWERED CITIZENRY 
---------------------------- 
 
 20. (C) Kramer cautioned the GOAJ, in its implementation of 
its new state support program for NGOs, to resist the 
temptation of supporting the growth of government-affiliated 
non-governmental organizations as many other states in the 
region have chosen to do. Mammadyarov argued that the GOAJ 
needed to promote "a more civil discourse" among Azerbaijan's 
NGO community as this group historically has been divided 
along political lines, and pointed to the new state program 
for NGOs as key to the efforts. 
NEXT STEPS 
---------- 
 
 21. (C) Kramer closed the meeting by summarizing the key 
points of the discussion. Specifically: 
 
- Mammadyarov had pledged to look into EMC's registration, to 
explore the possibility of EMC re-registering or being 
allowed to continue its observation mission by some other 
means. 
- The MFA Spokesperson had pledged to find President Aliyev's 
statement regarding election observers and consider 
re-issuing the statement to highlight the commitment to 
invite OSCE/ODIHR. 
- Kramer had urged the GOAJ to release the three jailed 
journalists, issue a strong statement condemning violence 
against journalists, and consider ways to decriminalize libel. 
- Kramer had urged the GOAJ to consider ways to empower the 
Human Rights Ombudswoman and make the human rights action 
plan a more effective tool. 
- Mammadyarov had agreed to write to the SCWRA regarding a 
pattern of pressure against Baptists; the Embassy would 
provide specific details of the case to the MFA. 
- Mammadyarov had pledged to write to Presidential Chief of 
Staff Ramiz Mehdiyev regarding implementation of the national 
anti-corruption action plan; the Embassy agreed to provide 
specific suggestions in this regard to the MFA. 
 
Mammadyarov noted that it would be useful for Kramer to visit 
Baku again before Azerbaijan's October presidential election. 
 Mammadyarov and Kramer agreed to consider holding the next 
round of the dialogue in Baku in September. 
 
COMMENT 
------- 
 
 22. (C) Mammadyarov was well-prepared for the talks and 
appeared eager to show leadership with his offers to actively 
intervene with his GOAJ colleagues on some issues, such as 
religious freedom, anti-corruption measures, and judicial 
reform. However, his silence on the difficult issue of media 
freedom - particularly when viewed in light of President 
Aliyev's extremely tough stand on this issue (septel) - 
indicates that Mammadyarov understands he is not in the 
driver's seat on this matter and any decisions to take action 
on media problems will be made elsewhere. Nonetheless, 
Mammadyarov was much more confident, engaged and prepared in 
this discussion that in previous ones, clearly seeking to 
illustrate to A/S Kramer a willingness to engage with the 
U.S. and seek results where he can. We will continue to 
engage him actively on these issues and welcome the support 
of Washington colleagues. 
 
 23. (U) A/S Kramer cleared this message. 
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