NA Snap Elections: Possible Developments and Public Expectations
October 19, 19:00

On October 18 Media Center initiated online live debate in A1+ pavilion on NA Snap Elections: Possible Developments and Public Expectations.

The speakers were Ara PapianRA ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary, head of Modus Vivendi analytical center, Hranush Kharatyan, ethnographer, Artur Sakunts, head of Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Vanadzor office, Hovhannes Igityan, international expert and Stepan Safaryan, president of the Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs.

 Ara Papian thinks it is necessary to understand how agreements were achieved between Nikol Pashinyan and other political forces.

“No political force assumes obligations without getting something against it. As to possible interference by foreign forces we see that they don’t allow interests. First because they don’t have leverages inside the country, second they are trying to push it the other way around, that is to say by formally keeping the form but changing the nature”, Papian says.

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