Tuesday, February 25 2020 20:45
Alexandr Avanesov

Prime Minister: For the formation of a strong state, appropriate  strong institutions are needed

Prime Minister: For the formation of a strong state, appropriate  strong institutions are needed

ArmInfo.To form a strong state, appropriate strong institutions are needed. The Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan announced this on February 25 during a  fundraising campaign by the ruling Civil Contract party for a  referendum on April 5.

According to him, it is impossible to have a strong, competitive,  democratic state without strong institutions of power. The Prime  Minister emphasized that in May 2018, the victory of the most  important institution of power took place in Armenia - the victory of  the country's citizens. After that, the institution of elections was  restored in Armenia, elections without the institution of fraud. The  Prime Minister noted the importance of forming the Armenian  parliament taking into account the opinion of the country's citizens,  which was recognized even in Azerbaijan by urgently organizing early  parliamentary elections in order to be competitive in comparison with  the RA National Assembly. After the parliamentary elections, other  institutions were formed, except one. In order to develop the  judicial system, a strategy for its reform has been approved, in  which the areas of development are clearly presented. Without  changing this system, it is impossible to talk about success.. "We  need institutional reforms so that justice and law do not depend on  the whims of one or two people," Pashinyan said. He emphasized that  an active campaign for constitutional referendum will begin soon, in  which he intends to take an active part.

To note, the referendum on constitutional amendments will be held on  April 5. The campaign began on February 17 and will last until April  3. The draft amendments to the Constitution provides for the  termination of powers of the Chairman of the Constitutional Court  Hrayr Tovmasyan and members of the court appointed before the reform  of the Constitution in 2015.

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