by Nana Martirosyan
Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan has promised the members of the "I'm Against" civic initiative that he will present a mutually agreeable decision on the pension reforms before late July.
He has pointed out that he has already made the first step.
He has instructed relevant agencies to draft a bill for canceling the fines stipulated by the law on accumulative pensions before the Parliament adopts the package of laws prescribed by the Constitutional Court's Apr 2 verdict.
Abrahamyan said that the regime was enemy to its people and would try to find solutions to their problems. He said he was not going to give any promises as it was not right.