by Tatevik Shahunyan
They want to deport a participant in the Karabakh war, Jirayr Sefilyan, from Armenia, a statement by the Preparliament NGO says.
It also says that a high-rank officer of the National Security Service under the Armenian government is displeased with the fact that Sefilyan directed soldier-liberators to Syria to liberate the Armenian-populated Kesab. The officer added that similar actions will result in Sefilyan's deportation.
However, the Preparliament thinks that an intention to deport Sefilyan from Armenia is not linked with his activity on liberation of Kessab, but with the steps taken by Sefilyan for withdrawal of the incumbent regime. The Preparliament is confident that despite everything, the Armenian people will mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide without the incumbent regime, which has not more than 48 week to function.
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