ArmInfo.Extraordinary elections in Armenia can be held only after the country calms down and the passions subside. A similar opinion was expressed to ArmInfo by the secretary of the social-democratic party "Citizen's Decision" Suren Sahakyan.
"In order for the passions to subside, an interim prime minister with his temporary team is needed. These people will have to reform the political and judicial system in the country. Implement an inclusive project of constitutional reforms, reform the Electoral Code. elections ", - he stressed.
Such reforms, according to the party's vision, can only be carried out by a prime minister acceptable to society. A person who is ready, both on a personal and institutional level, to refuse to participate in the next elections. Sahakyan is convinced that the team of reformers should in no way take part in the elections to be held on the basis of and as a result of these reforms.
Sahakyan assesses the current state of the public administration system in the country as paralyzed and unable to carry out his own functions. And such inaction of the state apparatus causes concern. Especially in the context of many challenges facing Armenia, among which the internal political crisis is perhaps the most harmless.
Sahakyan is convinced that in this light, the state governance system needs to get down to business and work towards overcoming and preventing the already existing and impending economic, social and demographic crises. The politician is convinced that the ruling force must either get down to business, or let those who want it and can do it. "In the end, it is necessary to realize that we are talking about issues directly related to human destinies," he stressed.
"It is possible to implement all these reforms while Nikol Pashinyan retains the post of prime minister, but it is difficult. In the context of the continuation of the internal political crisis, conditioned by his premiership, these reforms will stall and slow down. At the same time, it must be stated that Pashinyan's personal reserve of trust even today in Armenia no one has. As well as the lack of general agreement to continue his premiership, "the politician summed up.