Armenia’s Heritage deputy chief says “ready to cooperate with anyone”

Armenia’s Heritage deputy chief says “ready to cooperate with anyone”

PanARMENIAN.Net - Deputy chairman of Armenia’s Heritage party has said he is ready to cooperate with all the political forces, if “there is the smallest chance for changing the current situation.”

“I am ready to cooperate with anyone if there is the slightest hope for changing the current situation and carrying out radical reforms in the country, if there’s the possibility of having no political prisoners in Armenia, to re-establish our sovereignty,” RFE/RL Armenian Service cited Armen Martirosyan as saying on Monday, July 10.

Martirosyan added that Armenia is unfortunately not a sovereign country and "depends from Russia’s decisions."

Heritage had earlier declared its intention to launch a velvet regime change if the situation in the country doesn’t change for the better after 2018, when Serzh Sargsyan’s term as president ends.

Heritage founding leader Raffi Hovannisian had even proposed cooperation to other political parties and blocs to fight particracy in Armenia.

“If the society really stands up to the current situation, we’ll make a difference,” Martirosyan said.

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