|Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan|
3 July 1993 – 8 October 1994
|Succeeded by||Eldar Hasanov|
|Deputy of the Supreme Soviet of Azerbaijan SSR and National Assembly (Azerbaijan)|
|Born||September 10, 1947|
in the village of Gёlli of Agbada settlement at Amasia, Shirak, Armenian SSR, Soviet Union
|Spouse(s)||He is married|
|Rank||Actual State Councillor of Justice (Army General of Justice)|
Early life and careerEdit
Ali Omarov was born in 10 September 1947 in the village of Gёlli (now Ardenis) of Agbada settlement at Amasia region of the Armenian SSR. In 1973 he graduated the correspondence department of the Faculty of Law of the Azerbaijan State University.
In 1973 while being in the compulsory army service he was called to perform the function of the military investigator at the Dauriya Military Prosecutor’s Office of the Chita Oblast (Russia) up to 1974 when being demobilized from the Soviet Army he joined to the Interior Affairs Division of Amasia region of the Armenian SSR as the chief of external authorities security and voluntary police helpers department.
During the years of 1980 to 1983 he was a senior investigator at the Ganja (city) Prosecutor’s Office, and then in 1983-1993 was transport prosecutor at the Ganja city.
In 1990 he was elected to the Supreme Soviet of Azerbaijan SSR, and in 1993 he was admitted to the National Assembly (Azerbaijan) (Parliament). He was the responsible secretary of the Commission on the Khojaly tragedy and acted as the main speaker on the perpetrators, the origin and the result of the tragedy, on the air, thus informing the whole world about the Khojaly tragedy.
Ali Omarov was appointed as Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan on 3 July 1993. On 8 October 1994 he was relieved of his post by his own request. Ali Omarov since the day the Prosecutor’s Office was established in of the Republic of Azerbaijan, he was the sole and only Prosecutor General who initiated criminal proceedings against the acting Ministry of Internal Affairs (Azerbaijan) and Minister of Defence and was able to remove them from their posts.
He was a member of the Commission for the preparation of the Constitution of Azerbaijan.
Since 9 November 1993 Ali Omarov is only one person who has the highest special rank (class rate) – Actual State Councillor of Justice (Army General of Justice) not only in Azerbaijan but also in Caucasus as a whole.
Since 1993, he has been a real member of the Executive Committee of the International Interpol Bureau.
He is a member of the International Association of Prosecutors.