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The Civic Unity Party (CUP) (Azerbaijani: Vətəndaş Birliyi Partiyası) is an Azerbaijani political party established in 1999 in Moscow by the former President of Azerbaijan Ayaz Mutallibov. After the 2000 parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan, the party split between into two fractions: one led by Ayaz Mutallibov and the other led by Igbal Agazade. The latter fraction formed the Party of Hope (Azerbaijani: Ümid Partiyası).
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|PACE affiliation||Socialists, Democrats and Greens Group|
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In 2003, Mutallibov split from CUP, joining the Social Democratic Party of Azerbaijan as its chairman. From then on, CUP was led by Sabir Hajiyev and participated in 2005 parliamentary elections, gaining 1 out 125 seats in the National Assembly of Azerbaijan. Albeit nominally an opposition party, CUP officially supports the incumbent President Ilham Aliyev.
- Express: "Vətəndaş Birliyi Partiyası siyasi kursunu dəyişib", January 10, 2008 Archived January 12, 2008, at the Wayback Machine