ONE UPRISING AGAINST ANOTHER
Hayots Ashkhar Daily
March 19, 2008
According to SEYRAN AVAGYAN, "The movement of the radical
opposition was headed by a person who was silent and absent for
ten years. Whereas, in 1996 the opposition was waging an everyday
political battle; its words were perceivable to the people, and there
was no time-break.
In 1996 the opposition candidate received 43 vs. 21 percent of votes;
but he wasn’t elected and remained in the constructive field. Why
did he do so?
Because he clearly knew what to do, and the way of the evolutionary
development was visible. If a task is set to send away the
‘Tatar-Mongols’ from our state, this is nothing more than an uprising
against an uprising."
From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress