The demand of the non-coalition parliamentary forces posed to Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan resembles a request, says political analyst Hovhannes Igityan.
“If people joined the move, it would become a claim. Yet, it does not mean that the opposition should keep silence. They should always try to make their voice audible,” he said.
Speaking about the controversial agreement on gas tariffs, Mr. Igityan said, “I have information that our delegation did not understand many things as the negotiations were conducted in Russian. All documents were in Russian, as well.”