ArmInfo. The Ramkavar Azatakan Party expresses its concern over the tense situation in Armenia, which threatens to split the society and spread hatred. This is stated in the statement of the party received by ArmInfo.
The statement, in particular, states that the fact of the split is of particular concern when the current authorities and their citizens and public organizations are dragged into it. "Such behavior causes the spread of the atmosphere of hatred. This is especially disturbing when the acting head of government, who actually controls the executive and legislative bodies, is now trying to put pressure on the judicial system. This phenomenon contains elements of overthrowing the constitutional system," the party representatives say.
It is also noted that the Central Committee of the Ramkavar Azatakan Party calls on everyone to refrain from any actions that violate the law and are contrary to the Constitution.
"A situation has arisen in Armenia that threatens the future of the Armenian state. We should not forget that we live in a state of unfinished war, and the division of society and hatred contribute to the strengthening of the militarism of our enemies and the fall of the rating of our country at international sites", noted in the statement.
In conclusion, representatives of the Ramkavar Azatakan Party express the hope that the current difficult situation will soon be resolved through the intervention of all healthy political forces, and above all by the efforts of the current government.
To note, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan made an appeal to the citizens of the republic to block the entrances and exits of all courts. "From 08:30 am on May 20, we block the entrances and exits of all courts in the republic without exception, so that no one can enter," he wrote on his Facebook page, adding that tomorrow at 12:00 the second, the most important stage of the Armenian revolution, and that he will make an important statement about the situation in the judicial system.
The Defender of Human Rights, the Chamber of Lawyers, the High Council of the Judiciary and a number of political parties have already spoken against this call of the Prime Minister. Armenian President Armen Sarkissian and Catholicos of All Armenians Karekin II also commented.