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Does Armenia have a future under Prime Minister Pashinyan

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A strange sensation arises after News from Armenia. On the one hand, the citizens of Nagorno-Karabakh who are returning home and the Russian peacekeepers on the roads. On the other hand, the opposition’s daily speeches for the resignation of Prime Minister Pashinyan, many politicians who publicly speak about the prime minister’s leaving the party, and the seething of society.

For me personally, the situation in Yerevan today resembles the situation in Washington. And Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan reminds me of President Trump. Both leaders do not want and cannot agree that they need to leave. Both are looking to blame for their failure. Both are doing everything to destabilize the situation in their countries.

I'll be gone in 15 minutes


I remember Pashinyan at the opposition rallies two years ago. The very same democratic fighter for the freedom of the Armenian people against the usurpation of power. And his statement then, in 2018, about his attitude to the authorities:

“On the day when the citizens of Armenia decide that we should resign, we will do it within 15 minutes. I will never cling to power. Anyone who says that the Civil Contract party has power does not understand anything, since in Armenia only the people have power. "

It is clear that even then, in that period of revolutionary romanticism, everyone understood that these were the words of a populist. But how did they act on the electorate! How warmed the souls of those who wanted change! And those who believed that they were living badly, but would live well under the new power. Yes, people always believe that after the victory over evil is won, it will never return.

I immediately recall the film by Mark Zakharov "To Kill the Dragon" based on the play "Dragon" by Yevgeny Schwartz. How does this parable resemble situations that periodically arise in different parts of the world, in different countries. And these politicians do not care about the ratings, the opinion of the people, the state of the country. They fulfill the will of those who once secured their election to a high office.

In 2018, Pashinyan won the election with the support of 75% of voters who came to the polls, or 30% of all voters in Armenia. Doesn't the situation resemble the one that our restless neighbors had, who have already surpassed even World War II in their war?

Alas, if today all three politicians I mentioned suddenly took part in the elections again, with the exception of Donald Trump, who is still participating in them, then the probability of their victory would be zero. Disappointment came very quickly. Those who are chosen to rock the country can rarely deceive the people for a long time. Pitching is such a thing, everyone feels on himself, and does not learn from the captain on the ship's communications.

Democracy must be democratic


Another oddity that is clearly striking is the intensification of pluralism of opinions. It would seem that this is an excellent manifestation of democracy. This is freedom of positions and views. What has this democracy led to in the United States? We saw. These are pogroms, racism, humiliation of some and impunity for others.

What is the result of this activation of democratic institutions in Ukraine? We also see. The TV channels of the Square are now simply packed with political programs in which politicians and supporters of the most radical, right-wing and left-wing views, participate. A few moderate political scientists and experts will simply sink amid the abundance of aggressive speeches by radicals.

Result? Disruption of the Minsk agreements, activation of hawks, diversion of people's attention from economic problems. The rallies, which are held almost daily in Ukraine, no longer interest anyone. People are used to the fact that everything is bad. But their heads are preoccupied to a greater extent with the "hybrid war with the aggressor." President Zelensky and Russia are to blame for all the troubles of Ukraine.

Exactly the same is happening today in Armenia. Rallies, processions, arrests of oppositionists and their quick release in courts, television talk shows and more. Perhaps I am not entirely right, but it seems that the authorities have now deliberately "let go of the reins." And Nikola Pashinyan plays here exactly the same game that President Zelensky and President Trump are playing.

The feeling that all this street and television activity is very tightly controlled by the government and personally by the prime minister does not leave me. The ears of the troll factories are too "visible" even in the comments to the materials of our publication.

VO is constantly an arena of struggle between different points of view. Only often does such a struggle turn into mutual claims and insults. The classic way to talk about the problem and bring the enemy out of a stable state.

The legend of the savior of the country


Many leaders of the former socialist countries came to power on the wave of “saving the fatherland from the communist infection”. But some of these states in political terms seemed to lag behind others. There the "rescuers" came to Olympus even when the first wave of similar warriors in the advanced countries had already left the political scene.

Nikol Pashinyan looks exactly like this "late". The same was, for example, Mikhail Saakashvili. Maya Sandu will be the same. This position is obviously losing. Simply because such people come to power at a time when the people themselves have not yet determined the vector of development of their homeland. When salvation for a part of the population looks like destruction.

The defeat in the war for Pashinyan was a blow that he could not withstand. He perfectly understands that he is personally to blame in many ways. It's one thing to speak, and quite another thing to do. And nothing was done to prevent the situation in which Karabakh found itself at the beginning of the war. The prime minister cared more about Armenia than about the Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh.

But today something else is also very noticeable. More and more often, among his supporters, the voices of those who do not consider Pashinyan to be the culprit are heard. Now the blame is being shifted to everyone who was around, who "did not fulfill", who "did not advise", who "misled the head of government" ...

I often hear the opinion that Karabakh was specially surrendered to Baku. I will not dispute this point of view, as well as support it. Indeed, the strange war waged by Armenia looks ugly. How ugly those Armenian men look who even now yell about betrayal, but did not go to Karabakh themselves.

It is quite possible that Yerevan thus decided to fulfill the decisions of the UN Security Council, but this can only be confirmed if there are documents confirming such agreements with Azerbaijan. The argument, of course, is very dubious. Capable of blowing up not only the situation in Yerevan, but also in Baku. I do not think that the same President Aliyev would have been able to agree to such agreements.

Today, many of those who until recently supported Nikol Pashinyan fled to the camp of his opponents. Respecting or not respecting deserters is everyone's business, but it is worth listening to what they are talking about now. First of all, I was interested in the state of mind of a person who is at the head of the Armenian government.

Today, according to those who until recently were in the inner circle of the Prime Minister, Pashinyan became hysterical, he is overwhelmed by suspicion. Everywhere he sees conspiracies and intrigues against himself. I don’t know whether to believe it or not, but if we accept such statements as true, then this can explain the disappearance of the Armenian Prime Minister in the last days of the war and in the first days after the signing of the peace treaty.

Some conclusions about the situation in Armenia


It seems to me that today the situation in Armenia is tense to the limit. External manifestations are not yet so noticeable. Simply because the country is “leaving” after the defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh. We urgently need to take some measures to stabilize the government, to calm down the people. The ideal option would be to elect a new prime minister.

However, it is doubtful that Nikol Pashinyan will agree to this. Not even because he is afraid of his completely predictable defeat. No, he really believes that he is not to blame for the defeat. He believes that he really saved Armenia from the aggression of Azerbaijan. And it is this conviction that makes him hold on to the power chair. And so much so that, in my opinion, even very serious repressions against his political opponents are quite possible.

Theoretically, the country can be stabilized even if Pashinyan is kept in the prime minister's chair. But then there are many questions about the future.

First. And, perhaps, the most important thing for any Armenian is how to overcome the feeling of defeat in the war. Yes, exactly the feeling of being defeated.

Let's just remember one already forgotten fact, which is very indicative for the Caucasus. When the Armenians fled from Nagorno-Karabakh, many families took with them the ashes from the graves of their ancestors, fearing that the graves would be desecrated. This is not forgiven in the Caucasus. The person who allowed this is cursed forever for these people.

Second. What we are seeing now in the power structures and in the political life of Armenia is quite indicative. Pashinyan began to remove unwanted officials and politicians. It is not the official's business qualities that come to the fore, but his personal loyalty to the prime minister. Everyone knows what this policy leads to. To the weakening of government. Moreover, in all areas.

Well third... The defeat in the war has seriously strengthened the position of the President of Azerbaijan in the region. Conversely, Pashinyan's position is extremely weakened. So what or who can prevent Baku from continuing to demand any concessions from Armenia for itself?

Moscow can interfere? It is highly doubtful.

We remember well whose protege is the Prime Minister of Armenia. And what kind of policy towards Russia he pursued during his leadership of the government and is pursuing now.

It is clear that under these conditions Moscow will agree to support Armenia only if the country's course changes to a pro-Russian one.

So Armenia is still at a crossroads today.
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  1. soul
    soul 16 December 2020 10: 05
    +16
    On the day when the citizens of Armenia decide that we should resign, we will do it within 15 minutes. I will never cling to power

    To promise is not to marry.
    1. Civil
      Civil 16 December 2020 10: 12
      +7
      1. He led his country into an economic impasse. The population is impoverished and declining rapidly.
      2. The country fell out with all its neighbors, even allies. In the ring of ill-wishers.
      3. He lost. He needs to go.
      1. Avior
        Avior 16 December 2020 11: 29
        +9
        And before him flourished? and with neighbors in the world was?
        1. Civil
          Civil 16 December 2020 12: 30
          +5
          ]
          Quote: Avior
          And before him flourished? and with neighbors in the world was?

          And before him it existed as a branch (office) of the Russian Armenian Diaspora. This one decided to reorient towards the Western diaspora. Blaming Moscow for all the Armenian troubles. For which I received snot horns all Armenia.
      2. Avior
        Avior 16 December 2020 11: 30
        +1
        And before him flourished? and with neighbors in the world was?
        1. Snail N9
          Snail N9 16 December 2020 11: 54
          +5
          Second. What we are seeing now in the power structures and in the political life of Armenia is quite indicative. Pashinyan began to remove unwanted officials and politicians. It is not the official's business qualities that come to the fore, but his personal loyalty to the prime minister. Everyone knows what this policy leads to. To the weakening of government. Moreover, in all areas.

          Um ... something and someone, it reminds me of us .... "I am tormented by vague doubts" that I am observing this also here ...winked
        2. Vladimir Mashkov
          Vladimir Mashkov 16 December 2020 12: 09
          +3
          The article describes well the situation in Armenia and Pashinyan's winding path.

          Comparison of Pashinyan with Trump, I think, is not very correct: figures are too different in most parameters.

          Pashinyan grabbed hold of power and himself, contrary to its promises, will not go away.

          There is no democracy in Armenia, there is anarchy, which is called democracy.

          Armenia from rout in Karabakh, Pashinyan really saved, but did not save from defeats ALL Armenia! Or was this defeat specially programmed for a devilish purpose? There are many culprits of defeat, but he - chief.

          Does Armenia have a future under Prime Minister Pashinyan? Good the future of Armenia under Prime Minister Pashinyan already no... But whether Armenia will have a good future depends on who will replace the temporary Manukyan. Will it reasonable a person who will establish normal, sincere ties with Russia will good future. It will be Pashinyan # 2 - it won't be good future!

          All of us (and Moscow) are looking closely at Armenia.
      3. Runway
        Runway 16 December 2020 12: 22
        0
        Who are you talking about, excuse me?
        1. Vladimir Mashkov
          Vladimir Mashkov 16 December 2020 15: 20
          0
          Quote: WFP
          Who are you talking about, excuse me?

          Today's "Armenian democracy" is similar to the "Ukrainian democracy", to the one that the zmagars were going to install in Belarus and the one that Sandu is going to introduce in Moldova.

          The defeat of Armenia in the war for Karabakh is the tip of the iceberg and regular the result of all "wise" - cunning, cunning and two-faced - Pashinyan's policy from the first day of his premiership. Pashinyan should be suspended and punished! Not only for defeat, but also for EVERYTHING!

          Manukyan, as the head of the interim, transitional government, is an optimal person. But he is not young. And whether he or someone else will be the next prime minister, time will tell. Only this should be a person who understands well that Armenia alone or in the rank of a Western satellite won't survive that normal Armenia's existence is possible only in a strong and honest alliance with Russia and under its tutelage. The experience of Karabakh is indicative. I think there are many reasonable of people. I know of one, this is Vanetsyan.

          Who will win: the people and reasonable leaders or shouts - supporters of Pashinyan and the West - is the question. Time will tell whether Armenia will be able to take the right path.
      4. Max Lebedev
        Max Lebedev 17 December 2020 14: 18
        +12
        He is not the first one who has done badly for his country and remained in power.
    2. Vend
      Vend 16 December 2020 12: 08
      +4
      Does Armenia have a future under Prime Minister Pashinyan
      Yes, but such a future cannot be envied laughing
    3. vlad.baryatinsky
      vlad.baryatinsky 16 December 2020 13: 27
      +4
      Hello !
      Quote: alma
      To promise is not to marry.

      With all the negative attitude towards Pashishyan, for the sake of justice it must be emphasized that He is not a thief!
      True, in the course of his tenure as prime minister, there were no significant breakthrough successes in the economy and attraction of investments to the country.
      After communicating with my friends from Yerevan, I concluded: The people of Armenia, in the overwhelming mass, are for Him.
      He fights corruption, as far as possible eradicates the meteostases that the former Karabakh clan put into power.
      But the outer front is almost full of seams.
      He spoiled relations with the Russian Federation, gave in to emotions and hastily recalled the ambassador from Israel.
      In my opinion, His main mistake is that He signed a memorandum on an armistice, which refers to the withdrawal of * Armenian * troops from Karabakh.
      At first glance, what's wrong with that?
      But as you know, the devil is in the little things.
      Namely, the memorandum deals specifically with the classification of armed formations as * Armenian troops *
      A priori, Pashinyan de facto admitted without knowing that Nagorno-Karabakh was occupied.
      In my opinion, this is the cornerstone of the * trap *.
      After all, the old hands. Armenia and NKR flatly refused to recognize Armenia as the third force of the conflict.
      According to the Armenians, there are two sides to the conflict, Azerbaijan and NKR.
      And right now, he actually played into the hands of Aliyev and those principles of the Madrid Agreements, which indicated in one of them that after the concluded perimiry, the external parties to the conflict, declared as the Third Force, should withdraw their armed forces.
      Former Armenian hands. denied this, as I noted above.
      The same figure, rather out of ignorance, crossed out all the achievements of Armenian diplomacy and recognized Armenia as the Third Force of the conflict and de facto recognized it as the aggressor.
      Not a positive miss.
      In the memorandum, if Armenians were more careful, it was necessary to register at least as Armenian armed formations.
      The wording is vague and multifaceted.
      Which does not directly give Azerbaijan the right to directly accuse Armenia as an aggressor!
      And through not cunning manipulations it was possible to classify the rebels or the NKR militia.
      But Aliyev, outplayed and are indicated in the memorandum as * Armenian troops *
      This is what the Soviet School of MGIMO means!
  2. Proton
    Proton 16 December 2020 10: 16
    +3
    Quote from the article:
    "What does this activation of democratic institutions in Ukraine lead to? We can see it too. The TV channels of the Independent are now simply packed with political programs in which politicians and supporters of the most radical, right-wing and left-wing views take part. . "
    It seems that the author wrote about Russian television. Everything is the same, only in mirror image.
    It is a pity that we have not had thinking people on television for many years.
    1. GKA72
      GKA72 16 December 2020 12: 10
      +3
      I agree, we won't see the difference to change the names.
  3. Mykhalych
    Mykhalych 16 December 2020 10: 22
    0
    Without Russia, Armenia's future is the same as that of the Outskirts, if they don’t come to their senses ... Although .. recourse I hope the mind will be with them. And there will naturally be a Federation of United States.
  4. apro
    apro 16 December 2020 10: 31
    +5
    Is there a future under Pashinyan. Is there no future under Pashinyan ... science does not know this ... such issues cannot be resolved in Armenia.
  5. Doccor18
    Doccor18 16 December 2020 10: 37
    +2
    Does Armenia have a future ...

    Any nation has a future .. Only politicians often paint this future in a mixture of red, blue and yellow ...
  6. Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 16 December 2020 10: 45
    +7
    Does Armenia have a future at all? Here's the question. With or without Pashinyan, what kind of country is there? Industry? No. Agriculture? Near zero. Favorable position in terms of trade flows? No. Poor and unpromising territorial economic formation.
    Yes, there is an example of Singapore. However, Singapore has emerged, let's not hesitate, as the largest drug hub on the planet. It was the money river with the smell of foolishness that made the "Singapore miracle" possible. What are the successes in the economy? If there were such opportunities, they would appear long ago.
    The only opportunity for Armenia to exist as a country is a strong ally. An attempt to change such an ally clearly showed that no one needs this piece of land ... Except for a neighbor. For complacency.
    So this whole story is most similar to the western provocation of the Armenian fools. In order to please Azerbaijan by solving its territorial problems. Since Azerbaijan is a country with a perspective. Armenia is not. That's all.
    1. Quadro
      Quadro 16 December 2020 11: 35
      0
      What, what? I keep in touch - Singapore is in a very convenient place and drugs in general are in their success, nothing that the drug dealers were shooting there? Their success was that the government gave tax carte blanche for private companies, but at the same time held them by the balls.
      1. Mikhail3
        Mikhail3 16 December 2020 13: 02
        -1
        Thanks for the introduction to the course. It's amazing why all the other governments did not figure out to do this ?! After all, paradise on earth would come!) I will note, by the way, that the Singapore government is using enormous funds, which can never be obtained by any corruption. But for some reason, everyone else does not follow your funnyly simple recipe ...
  7. Poetry
    Poetry 16 December 2020 10: 57
    +2
    It's hard to be president if you're a blogger. Different degrees of responsibility.
  8. Doccor18
    Doccor18 16 December 2020 10: 59
    +3
    .. rallies, processions, arrests of oppositionists and their quick release in courts, television talk shows and so on.

    So politics is always a show, under the veil of which very specific goals are achieved.
    ..And Nikola Pashinyan plays here exactly the same game that President Zelensky and President Trump are playing.

    The author compares Pashinyan and Trump several times in the article. Players of different weight categories.
    I would not undertake to compare them.
  9. K-50
    K-50 16 December 2020 11: 05
    +5
    The point is not in the Pashinyans alone, but in the entire Sorov clique, which, like corpse-eaters, eat in the countries they destroy. By plundering their population and natural resources.
    Until this evil spirits are taken out, there will be no talk of any development.
  10. parusnik
    parusnik 16 December 2020 11: 08
    +1
    These are pogroms, racism, humiliation of some and impunity for others.
    ... This is not democracy, this is capitalism, and the above is inherent in this social system. The above is happening in democratic Russia, though not on such a scale. And Armenia has no future, living in the Commonwealth of Independent States, in this new renewed union of fraternal and happy states, the two states of Azerbaijan and Armenia, the members of this Commonwealth, quarreled to pieces. At the same time, almost no one objected, I do not mean Russia. Armenia is no longer needed within the framework of the Commonwealth, but it may be useful within the framework of the EAEU. And what kind of future could a backward capitalist country have?
  11. Avior
    Avior 16 December 2020 11: 12
    +3
    Prime Minister Cared More About Armenia

    And who should he care more about than about his country and voters?
  12. north 2
    north 2 16 December 2020 11: 16
    +1
    if you have no oil, no gas, no gold, no diamonds, and your neighbors, for example the Georgians, who also do not have anything of this, suddenly discovered that instead of this you can sell yourself to an American, becoming his testing ground and think that you are significant in the world, then the Armenians Pashinyan took the same path. What about
    otherwise. After all, those Soviet times are over for Georgians and Armenians, when the price and value were
    the trunk of tangerines brought to Russia from Georgia or Armenia, but for that the price of echelons of oil, metals, gas, cars supplied from Russia to Armenia and Georgia, for Armenians and Georgians did not matter. It was like a freebie for granted. That is why they grew up back in Soviet times, where tangerines, Armenian and Georgian "rubles" were blooming, like that time where metals, coal, gas were mined for Armenians and Georgians in Russia, there people also lived in barracks. There is a difference in price and value ... So the freebie is now over, no one needs their tangerines, but I want to pretend to be rich. Theirs diasporas in Russia occupied all the fodder places - from hucksters in bazaars and taxi drivers in Sochi, to thieves in law. Well, what should the Armenians who stayed in Armenia do. !!!?
    It was here that Pashinyan appeared to turn all the Armenians remaining in Armenia into vassals of the United States and gradually turn the territory of Armenia into a training ground for the United States. In a word, so that the Armenians are not ashamed in front of the Georgians. Otherwise, they have already sold out and shout every day that Georgia is almost in NATO and that America is giving them freebies now.
    But then Turkey confused Pashinyan's cards. Why does Erdogan need the American training ground in Armenia under his nose? That is why this conflict was initiated in NK with all-round assistance from Turkey to Azerbaijan. But what is remarkable is that it is not the United States or Turkey that receives the military base there, but Russia.
    This is the pose in which Pashinyan is placed for his cunning ass. Found, so to speak, and
    bolt with coarse thread.
  13. the finish
    the finish 16 December 2020 11: 22
    0
    "The ears of the troll factories are too" visible "even in the comments to the materials of our publication."
    I personally poke us (to put it mildly) at this illiterate incompetent populist who ruined the country. After the well-deserved overthrow of the previous government, he should not have seen his candidacy for the prime minister (even if he went with pure thoughts and desires, his team is generally seams and worse than stupid).
  14. bober1982
    bober1982 16 December 2020 11: 39
    0
    Mr. Pashinyan has no future and cannot have any.
    The unbridled crowd pushed him forward, and the same crowd will push him.
  15. Ros 56
    Ros 56 16 December 2020 12: 34
    0
    And Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan reminds me of President Trump. Both leaders do not want and cannot agree that they need to leave.

    Alexander, in my opinion, you have forgotten the third player of this team, comrade Lukashenko. fellow laughing
  16. iouris
    iouris 16 December 2020 12: 38
    0
    What difference does it make who will head the government? By the way, why is it all Pashinyan and Pashinyan ... And the president, government, parliament?
    No guys, it's not that simple. This is the system.
  17. GKA72
    GKA72 16 December 2020 12: 57
    -1
    From all the available information, I come to the conclusion that N.P. was to involve Russia in the conflict, if it doesn’t work out, then surrender the NKR and blame V.P. and, under this sauce, remove the Russian base from Armenia. But he could not do it alone, there must be accomplices in the NKR.
    1. iouris
      iouris 16 December 2020 13: 21
      0
      Quote: GKA72
      But he could not do it alone, there must be accomplices in the NKR.

      It is logical. It follows. But the process has a customer and it is not inside, but somewhere on the side. For example, in London.
  18. steelmaker
    steelmaker 16 December 2020 13: 43
    0
    Putin had to leave twice already. So what? Do you say Pashinyan? Who will let them? Can you imagine what will happen to Sechin, Miller, Nabiulina, Chubais, etc., if Putin leaves? So it is with Pashinyan. He also has obligations not only to his elite, but also to the United States.
  19. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 16 December 2020 15: 36
    0
    “On the day when the citizens of Armenia decide that we should resign, we will do it within 15 minutes. I will never cling to power. Anyone who says that the “Civil Contract” party has power does not understand anything, since only the people have power in Armenia. ”Does he really think so? laughing Soros Pashinyan at the helm of the country at such a time, of course, is a tragedy and a guarantee of further loss of territories, etc. All these Tikhanovskys, Navalny, Pashinyans do not even have a minimum of knowledge necessary for state administration. The situation is absurd, the plumber needs training to start working normally. And for the future leaders of the democratic world, it is enough to scream about corruption, take a few selfies with a three-day stubble and a swollen face for the presidency, solve issues concerning the lives of millions of people. laughing
  20. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 16 December 2020 15: 50
    0
    Quote: steel maker
    Putin had to leave twice already. So what? Do you say Pashinyan? Who will let them? Can you imagine what will happen to Sechin, Miller, Nabiulina, Chubais, etc., if Putin leaves? So it is with Pashinyan. He also has obligations not only to his elite, but also to the United States.

    Roosevelt must leave after sitting in the chair for four presidential terms. laughing
  21. Sancho_SP
    Sancho_SP 16 December 2020 16: 05
    0
    Well I do not know.

    Armenians are probably the least Caucasian of all Caucasians, both in the good and in the bad sense of the word. They are more willing than others to agree in the face of various factors.


    Therefore, if Pashinyan does not find a competitor with good support, then the population will go crazy.
    1. Anar
      Anar 17 December 2020 19: 17
      0
      So they are not native Caucasians. This is a people from the Middle East who, under the rule of Great Russia, moved to the Caucasus. Therefore, it is said that Russia created Armenia, Russia rules over it and only Russia can destroy its offspring.
  22. Selevc
    Selevc 18 December 2020 11: 05
    -1
    Pashinyan is not a thief - he is worse than a thief. He covers the thieves and covers the theft !!!

    All Armenian authorities must be subjected to lustration and must account for their income and expenses over the past 25 years. Senior officials must prove in court the effectiveness of their activities, especially in matters related to the country's defense.

    Naturally, neither the current nor the past Armenian authorities will judge themselves - therefore, now the question is not whether Pashinyan will be overthrown or not - the question is how quickly he will be overthrown !!! And I really hope that the new authorities of Armenia will be smart enough to somewhat reduce the intensity of passions in the country by conducting a large-scale and open investigation of the activities of the Armenian elite over the past 25 years ..
  23. Lara Croft
    Lara Croft 29 December 2020 00: 12
    -1
    Does Armenia have a future under Prime Minister Pashinyan

    The strange title of the article ... 2 years ago the freedom-loving people of Armenia chose the one without whom Armenia has no future, but now the Armenians have to find those guilty of their choice, it is foolish to look for them among the Armenians ...