IT WOULD BE BETTER FOR ARMENIAN AUTHORITIES IF PENSIONERS ARE "DONE AWAY WITH" - GREEN PARTY

October 30, 2013 | 13:19

YEREVAN. - The current domestic political situation in Armenia is
very contradictory.

Opposition Armenian National Congress bloc former member, Green Party
of Armenia Chairman Armenak Dovlatyan noted the aforementioned during
a press conference on Wednesday.

In his words, now there seems to be an apathetic silence in the
country plus an internal strain, which could escalate.

"There is a standby; different groups are either waiting or preparing
for some processes," Dovlatyan said.

In his conviction, the present-day situation in Armenia needs to
change.

The Green Party leader also cited the government's statement that
everything is fine in Armenia.

"It would be much better for the authorities if the pensioners are
'done away with' and they would not give them pensions. If a pensioner
in Armenia is absent from the country for three years, they deprive
him of pension," Armenak Dovlatyan added.

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