Communists are against pension reforms

Armenian Communist party considers country’s social-economic situation shameful, but he won’t rise the issue of Serzh Sargsyan’s resignation.

“From January 1, 2015 Armenia finally joins the Customs Union, so we don’t want intentionally hinder the President in solving this problem,”- today at the meeting with journalists noted Communist party first secretary Tachat Sargsyan.

According to him, today the most oppositional political power of Armenia is Communists party, which aims at not only criticizing the authorities, but making them remove the drawbacks.

What refers to the pension reforms, Mr. Sargsyan noted, that Communists party is against it and thinks that it will have the fate of 90s’ soviet savings, when people did about 10 billions drams savings, but the Government couldn’t compensate it.

Turning to the party’s activities, Mr. Sargsyan noted that Communist party has been active and their best partner is people, so they are always beside them.