D. BUNIAT-ZADE, USSR Party and government official. Communist Party member from 1908.
BUNIAT-ZADE, D. was born in 1888 in Baku Russian Social-Democratic Workers’ Party Committee.
1917-1918 one of leaders, Azer "Gummet" Social-Democratic group in Baku Russian Social-Democratic Workers’ Party Committee. May-June 1918 member, Executive Committee, Baku Uyezd Soviet. From fall 1918 chairman, Commissariat for Transcaucasian Moslem Affairs, Astrakhan.
From 1920 member, Central Committee, Communist Party (Bolsheviks) Azer and member, Azer Revol Committee. From 1921 Azer People’s Commissar of F'ood, Azer People’s Commissar of Agric, chairman, Azer State Planning Committee and deputy chairman, Azer Council of People’s Commissar. Arrested by State Security organs.
Religion in its origin doesn't give equal treatment to women and thus offends basic human rights.
Communist party could initiate policies in the name of the society because it knows what the best is for its progress and development.