The Country of Law Party (OEK) is determined to join the ranks of opposition.
“Let them try to make a mock of us. No one can do it,” says OEK lawmaker Hovhannes Margaryan.
Levon Zurabyan, who heads Armenian National Congress (HAK) parliamentary faction, says mockingly they are not going to ‘hit’ a party that has been cooperating with the authorities for six years.
Naira Zohrabyan, a lawmaker of the Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK), could hardly restrain herself not to share her opinion about the OEK. “No comment,” she said.
The MP says they need proofs to see whether OEK can become a true opposition force or not. “We shall wait for evidence…”
Armen Rustamyan, a lawmaker of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnaktsutyun) did not want to assess OEK’s oppositional posture. “Let the people decide,” he said.
Heritage was the first opposition force to welcome the party [OEK] in its new status, however, Heritage MPs refrain from giving assessments at the moment.