ArmInfo. "If today we illegally close the Amulsar mine, tomorrow we will begin to close the media, then enterprises. Then we will begin to misappropriate everything.
We are not going to follow this path," Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated on September 11 during a government hour in parliament, to the question of the MP about why Pashinyan "shares political responsibility for the license issued by the former criminal regime of the" Lydian "company, thus" going against revolutionary promises. "
"And why do you share political responsibility with the previous criminal regime by agreeing to a parliamentary mandate formed on the basis of the Electoral Code adopted under the same regime?" The prime minister asked.
According to him, in connection with Amulsar today there are questions that can be answered by the checks outlined by the inspection body. "My answer in this and other questions is unequivocal - the decision should be legal, since we are talking about a rule of law," he said. As the prime minister pointed out, his priority has been and remains - state and national interest. "My position on Amulsar is that in any case, we should be guided by the truth, without a presumption as to what it should be," Pashinyan said.