This commentary examines the evidence supporting Armenia’s status as an occupying force. It analyses official documents, including the Armenian Constitution, its Declaration of Independence, and resolutions from the Armenian SSR. The legal aspects are explored, with a focus on international treaties and resolutions that recognise Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity. The analysis highlights Armenia’s constitution and its illegal incorporation of a Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. It argues that Armenia’s actions constitute encroachment on Azerbaijani territory and calls for international intervention and Armenian constitutional reform to uphold international law and respect Azerbaijan’s sovereignty.

According to the Constitution of Azerbaijan this decision has been shown no one can be compelled to work and everybody is able to choose their workplace, profession and occupation. What is more, some rules have been shown in the Labor Code of the Republic of Azerbaijan as an example the labor contract are concluded freely and anybody is not able to be compelled to sign this contract.

The contract of donation is one of the types of contracts with an ancient history. According to Article 666 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Azerbaijan, a contract of the donation is a contract into during his lifetime under which the giver enriches the done by donating a portion of his (her) property and such donation is not conditioned on any return service by the receiver. The contract of donation is considered to be concluded when the receiver accepts the donation.

On October 6, 2020 the Parliament of the Republic of Azerbaijan discussed the bill "On donation and transplantation of human organs and tissues" in the second reading. In this regard, we would like to introduce readers to the existing legislation in the area of transplantations, as well as to the development of its legal regulation. This article does not intend to cover relations regulating donation of blood or any reproductive organs or tissues.

Spread of COVID-19 in Azerbaijan Republic: analysis of economic impact and recommendations on policy adjustmentsIn the rise of public health concern due to the pandemic of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) initiation of timely and well-tailored policy responses by governments is of utmost importance. Undoubtedly, the uncertainty associated with scope and duration of such an unprecedented health crisis and the absence of vaccines or any drugs to cure the infected or to curb the further contagion leave policymakers in the midst of a huge conundrum. 

While COVID-19 is taking over the world, it has already shaken healthcare systems of every country affected. Although governments try to support and balance countries’ economics, various scales of enterprises suffer severe losses due to the pandemics.  

In order to avoid catastrophic consequences of the fast-spreading disease, the Government of Azerbaijan has taken numerous preventive measures during March. In the beginning of March quarantine was declared in all the educational institutions. As the disease was spreading, in the evening of March 15th the Operative Headquarters under Azerbaijan’s Cabinet of Ministers shared information imposing an array of restrictions on functioning of different level institutions, public and private events, and enterprises.

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Hair can be important physical evidence at a crime scene. Hair normally falls from the body over the course of a day. It will stick to a number of materials, especially fabric and clothing. Hair is not easily destroyed, even with exposure to moisture and decomposition of accompanying tissue. There are three types of hair usually seen in animals: Vibrissa.

The terms murder and homicide are frequently interchanged; however, there is a difference between the two.  Homicide is the killing of one person by another.  Murder is a form of criminal homicide, where the perpetrator intended to kill the other person, sometimes with premeditation (a plan to kill).  Manslaughter is another type of criminal homicide.

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