Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev's ruling party has won the parliamentary vote according to the country's election commission, Russian news agency Tass reports.
The authoritarian president's Yeni (New) Azerbaijan party has secured at least 70 of 125 seats in parliament, with most of the vote counted.
International rights groups have cast doubt on the vote, accusing the government of jailing political opponents on trumped-up charges and limiting parties' ability to campaign.
The tightly controlled Caucasus country's leading opposition parties, including the National Council of Democratic Forces (NCDF), the Musavat party, and the Democratic Party of Azerbaijan, all boycotted the poll.
More than 700 candidates from around a dozen parties stood for the parliament, to be elected for a five-year term.