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Azeri PM resigns, parliament votes for Asadov as successor

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Azerbaijan's parliament on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve the candidacy of presidential aide Ali Asadov as prime minister, after Norvuz Mamedov tendered his resignation, the parliamentary speaker said.
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