WE STAND FOR EVERY PRESIDENT ELECTED IN A FREE, FAIR AND TRANSPARENT ELECTION
Member of Parliament Gegham Baghdasaryan thinks in this complicated
situation it would be certainly right not to interfere, which does
not mean, however, that the Karabakh society can be indifferent toward
the political developments in Armenia, he says.
Gegham Baghdasaryan means the official stance of the Karabakh state. As
to discussion in general, he thinks it would be desirable if the
public opinion in Karabakh stemmed from the perception that the
public and national interest of Karabakh is to not have the Karabakh
issue become a card in political struggle in Armenia. The member of
parliament says it is dangerous when they relate the fate of Karabakh
to the Karabakhi or non-Karabakhi origin of the Armenian government
because it may aggravate the existing lack of understanding between
the two parts of the Armenian people.
"I am sure we stand for every president elected in a free, fair
and transparent election. Frankly speaking, I cannot understand the
pronouncement of the acting president of Armenia "we will work out
a tactics determined by further steps". Independent from steps that
have been taken or are to be taken, the government has one mission
in elections – to guarantee a civilized election and freedom of
expression of the will of people."