ArmInfo. The entire world is descending into wide-spread chaos amid the turbulent transformation, Taron Dimonyan, a former member of Armenia's Parliament, said in an interview with ArmInfo.
"And we do not know when this stage is over. However, in the states with fully-fledged government institutions the population is known to feel more protected and, therefore, is less disposed to feel chaos. On the other hand, in Armenia-line countries, which have no fully-fledge government institutions, controlled chaos is normally observed - and this chaos is controlled by external forces," he said.
In the context of latest developments in Armenia, Mr Sinomyan said that controlled chaos is, as a rule, has a specific goal, namely, causing growing alarm among the population, with morals being the target. In this context, he points out a need for government institutions that would unify citizens in Armenia.
He stressed a need for raising public awareness of the ongoing developments and calling for vigilance instead of incessantly talking about disturbing trends. Mr Simonyan highlights the importance of an information security concept with a clear strategy and tactics.
"The country's political leadership needs this concept as well. The consequences of each word need to be calculated in the intensive talks with the enemy instead of foreign policy statements made with domestic political ends in view. The future generations will have to deal with the consequences.
"The authorities' inert behavior is unacceptable, with people waiting for further developments only to take all the credit to themselves and blame external forces and opponents for failures," Mr Simonyan said.