ArmInfo. From the very morning, a protest rally in defense of national values is taking place opposite the Armenian parliament.
As one of the organizers of the action, coordinator of the "Kamq"(will, Ed. note) initiative, Vahagn Chakhalyan, said, the rally participants are outraged that the transgender spoke from the podium of the National Assembly of Armenia. He stressed that the protesters want to understand who allowed the transgender to get into parliament and on what basis.
The priest Ter-Ghazar also took part in the protest. He noted that they want to enter the parliament building and illuminate the meeting room, fumigated with incense. However, this idea alarmed the vice-speaker of the National Assembly Alen Simonyan, who came to the protesters, who tried to explain that in this case the fire-fighting system would work, and water from above would be poured on the MPs. But this even more inspired Ter-Ghazar, who had a clear vision of God's work, because in this case, the meeting room, which, according to the priest, was desecrated after a transgender speech, cleansed with water and sacred incense. Having surrendered, Alain Simonyan promised Ter-Ghazar to clarify whether smoking incense is possible in the meeting room of the parliament, and if it turns out that it is possible, the clergyman will surely fulfill his mission.
Meanwhile, within the NA itself, the MPs themselves actively discussed this topic. Thus, the leader of the Prosperous Armenia Party, Gagik Tsarukyan, speaking to journalists, referring to the speech of a transgender person Lilit Martirosyan in parliament, said: "This is unacceptable for us, this is a defect, it must be kept secret. I say this as Gagik Tsarukyan, as the father of the family, as a political leader. We will not allow it to spread or gain legal force. At the same time, he noted that each person can protect his rights, and if there is a problem, he should appeal to law enforcement authorities, but it is impermissible to adopt a new law encouraging this phenomenon.