by Nana Martirosyan
Hovik Abrahamyan's appointment as prime minister means that the Republican Party of Armenia has no intention to change its manner of government, says Ashot Manucharyan, a member of the Karabakh Committee.
He told media, Wednesday, that in the course of President Serzh Sargsyan's consultations with political forces, more deserving candidates were named. "However, choosing this very candidate for the prime minister the authorities showed that they will continue to rob the country and sell the highest posts in the government system," he said. The politician said the RPA mulls no reforms in the country, because the Republicans, as he thinks, do not care for the citizens at all.
"There is no migration from the country. What we see now is nothing but deportation of Armenians from their motherland. This is what the authorities are engaged in," Manucharyan said. He thinks the civil movements and public interests groups in the country may unite into a political opposition soon to try to overthrow the RPA. Manucharyan is sure that more and more political changes will be happening in Armenia. And these changes will be indirectly connected with geopolitical changes in the world.