by Ashot Safaryan
Tigran Sargsyan has never been a target for "I'm Against" public interest group, activist David Manukyan told reporters, Saturday. He said activists do not fight separate persons in the government. The main task of the public interest group is to cancel the mandatory accumulative pension system.
"We will continue to fight that inhumane, unconstitutional and unsocial law," Manukyan said. He refuted some rumors in the press saying that "I'm Against" public interest group seeks to become a political force.
To recall, on April 3 Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan stepped down during the meeting of the Supreme Body of the Republican Party of Armenia. President Serzh Sargsyan has accepted the resignation. In compliance with Article 55 of the Constitution of the Republic of Armenia, President Serzh Sargsyan is to appoint a new prime minister within 10 days. Afterwards, the new staff of the Government will be formed within 20 days. All the ministers automatically become acting ministers before the new premier is appointed.