The Azerbaijan Social Prosperity Party (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Sosial Rifah Partiyası) is a political party in Azerbaijan.
At the elections (5 November 2000 and 7 January 2001), the party won 1 out of 125 seats. At the parliamentary elections of 6 November 2005 the party kept 1 seat. The leader of the party is Hussein Kyazymly.
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