Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan has told parliament on Wednesday (6 May) that democratic stability in Armenia is not under threat neither from political, nor criminal nor mafia circles.
Pashinyan was reporting to parliament on the work of his government in 2019.
"The Republic of Armenia is a stable democratic state. You know that for many years authoritarian stability has been established in Armenia. And compared to authoritarian stability, democratic stability sometimes can leave an impression of instability. But I want to state that a democratic stability is established in the Republic of Armenia, people's and democratic stability is established in the country, and nothing threatens the democratic stability of Armenia. I am honored to record that there is no political, criminal, mafia force in Armenia which will be able to undermine Armenia's democratic stability or question the 2018 peaceful, people's, Velvet Revolution", Pashinyan told MPs.
source: commonspace.eu with agencies.
photo: Nikol Pashinyan (archive picture)
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