Drugs, gambling and corruption, tools used by Azerbaijani authorities to crack down on protests

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casinoThe rapid expansion of casinos in Baku and other Azerbaijani cities has become a particular social phenomenon.

According to Sizinyol website Syrynvl over the past few months, a large number of casinos have been established in Xetai, Bineqedi, Sabail, Absheron, Yasamal and other areas in Baku. The rapid expansion and free activities of gambling clubs in the center of Baku shows that these centers are supported by high-ranking government figures especially Kamal al-Din Haydarov and Ali Hasanov.

In these centers, gambling regulations, some staff and even the design are the same. A mafia network is enabled in Azerbaijan to expand and support gambling clubs and has held a monopoly as supported by the government.

Following the economic crisis and the sharp decline in the value of Manat against dollar, and the spread of unemployment and poverty, as well as extensive modifications throughout offices and commercial and non-commercial centers we witness the formation of the a social crisis in Azerbaijan and some greedy treacherous officials of this country try to gain profits and control social emotions through spread of drugs, gambling and corruption centers.

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