by Nana Martirosyan
There are no prerequisites for Robert Kocharyan's political comeback, Armenia's Education and Science Minister Armen Ashotyan said on Wednesday.
"Kocharyan said that he will come back if the country faces a crisis, if the people asks him to and if he decides to do it. The first two ifs are not present, as regards the last one, I'm not sure. None of the parties he supports has managed to weaken the current Prime Minister and the President. So, if Kocharyan decides to come back, they will hardly be able to help him," Ashotyan said.
In his interview to 2rd.am, former President of Armenia Robert Kocharyan slated current Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan and urged him to work instead of blaming his predecessors.