January 28, 1955
Letter to CPSU Central Committee Secretary Khrushchev, Statement of Mir Aga Azari
This statement by Azari accuses the Democratic Party of Southern Azerbaijan's leaders of abusing their authority and expelling Party members if they criticized the actions of the leadership. He appeals to Khrushchev to do something about the nature of the party and its leaders, as well as to look into his own personal case of expulsion.
April 19, 1955
Soviet Memo Regarding Mir Aga Azari and the Democratic Party of Iranian Azerbaijan
This memo addresses Azari's letters to the CPSU CC and notes that the highest ranked leaders of the Democratic Party of Iranian Azerbaijan stated that Azari pursued disruptive work within the party and that they had all been elected democratically. The decision was made to not send a commission to Baku or invite Azari to Moscow, and rather that he should pursue his reinstatement himself.
August 02, 1955
Letter to CPSU Central Committee Secretary Khrushchev, from Engineer and Political Émigré Mir Aga Azari
Mir Aga Azeri, an Iranian political emigre, was expelled from the Azerbayjan Democratic Party and writes to Khrushchev regarding the unsuitable leaders of the party whom he accuses of ruining the party.