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Ex-president Kocharian hints at possible comeback

Ex-president Kocharian hints at possible comeback

PanARMENIAN.Net - Former Armenian president Robert Kocharian's vast experience and vision on the country’s future hint at his further mission to complete unfinished programs, according to the official website of the ex-leader.

“Products of Kocharian presidency may still be dubbed current political factors. Reaching ex-president’s activity indices has become a desired meridian nowadays, with regard to the economic growth rate and Nagorno Karabakh process.

It would be ideal for now to return to the indices, Kocharian achieved during his term in office, given the much lower emigration rate as compared to the present large migration flows.

The presidential election campaign to launch on the days to come will reaffirm the candidates’ inability to exceed Kocharian indices, implying the ex-leader’s intention to make a comeback,” the article reads.

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