ARMENIA NOT A SHAREHOLDING COMPANY, MAK LEADER SAYS
United Working Party (MAK) will combat the parliamentary elections
on its own without any alliance. Only a force major situation in
the country will make MAK to unite with any political force, Gurgen
Arsenyan, MAK chairman, told a press conference today. Arsenyan said
MAK has been getting ready for these elections for three years using
all its political resources. May be that is the reason that Arsenyan
believes his party will make a majority in the parliament.
Recently Galust Sahakyan, chairman of Armenian Republican Party (HHK)
block, said they will leave only 30 percent places to opposition. Asked
if MAK has agreed with HHK how much space it will have in the
parliament, Arsenyan said, "Armenia is not a shareholding company
where the governing positions are distributed among the shareholders."