Parliamentary Elections in NKR in Normal Course: Zoran Puzich


STEPANAKERT, June 20. /ARKA/. The parliamentary elections in Nagorno
Karabakh were held in their normal course, without any serious
violations. Democratic elections are more obvious in the unrecognized
country, Zoran Puzich, a member of the Croatian Human Rights
Committee, told ARKA.

According to him, the voters’ activity demonstrates the people’s
desire to participate in building up their future. All the different
political parties demonstrated the understanding of the importance of
elections, he said. Democracy is not only elections. Democratic
standards need to be consolidated, especially in relations with
refugees. Croatia has experience in overcoming the aftermath of
interethnic war. It is very difficult, but peace and democracy are
impossible without it, Puzich said.

In her turn, Chairperson of the Czech Association of Refugees Marina
Sargsyan pointed out that nobody forced Karabakh voters to vote
against their will. She also pointed out voters’ activity, saying
that the observers did not record any serious violations. P.T. -0–

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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