[:en]Today, the Garadagh district court of Baku sentenced the activist of the Popular Front Party (PFPA) Ruslan Amirov to 15 days of administrative arrest. He is found guilty under Art. 510.1 (petty hooliganism) of the Code of Administrative Offenses.
The PFPA is convinced that Amirov was arrested on trumped-up, politically motivated charges for remaining bodyguard of the PFPA leader Ali Karimli.
Amirov was already arrested for 30 days in April on charges of violating the quarantine.
According to PFPA deputy chairman Seymour Hazy, three bodyguards and an assistant to Karimli are currently under arrest. Since the beginning of quarantine, more than 20 PFPA activists have been arrested administratively, and three more have been prosecuted.