Associated Press quotes a Musavat lawmaker, Nasib Nasibili, as saying that this move does not mean the party has abandoned its complaints about alleged widespread fraud in the November polls.
But he stressed the need to use its electoral mandate and said the party would take part in new elections ordered in 10 constituencies in May because of violations.
Other opposition parties in the Azadliq bloc criticized the decision, saying Musavat had split the opposition by accepting the legitimacy of the parliament.
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