ArmInfo. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received about two dozen students of the School of Management. Kennedy at Harvard University, who came to our country to familiarize themselves with the management system, reforms and changes in the RA government.
According to the press service of the head of the government, the Prime Minister of Armenia spoke about the processes taking place in the republic, stressing that the RA government is consistently and resolutely pursuing democratic development and development, which in turn will lead to real changes in public life.According to Pashinyan, it is important that citizens also participate in these changes, and by their actions give the government the right to make these changes. "We are optimistic and confident in our present and future.
We are confident that we will achieve our goals," said the head of government.Touching upon his speech today about the judicial system, Nikol Pashinyan noted that it was aimed at the problem of the lack of judicial authority in the republic, which enjoys the confidence of the people. The head of government stressed that the existence of a truly independent and impartial judicial system is a vital necessity, and the absence of such a system is the number one threat for our country, so the solution to this problem is a public, nation-wide demand.Then the Prime Minister answered a number of questions that interested students regarding government priorities, judicial reforms, the fight against corruption, the protection of human rights, the development of civil society, Armenia's foreign policy and other issues.