Political analyst Levon Shirinyan accounts Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan’s resignation for the economic crisis in the country.
“There are also other reasons, including the escalating migration, introduction of the mandatory funded pension system, growing public discontent, pressure of the civil movement and the demands of the four opposition factions. Given the situation in the country, Serzh Sargsyan was forced to make Tigran Sargsyan resign his office,” said the political analyst.
Levon Shirinyan does not want another Republican to assume office of Prime Minister.
“Migration continues at the fastest rate. There are other problems like poverty, social polarization, low incomes, inflation, etc. Now they should find the right person to tackle all these problems and take the country out of this miserable condition,” he said.