I’ve Already Started Forgetting About Opposition, Says Sahakian

I’VE ALREADY STARTED FORGETTING ABOUT OPPOSITION, SAYS SAHAKIAN

Aysor
July 28 2010
Armenia

“I’ve already started forgetting about opposition, as when the
oppositional parties begin sorting things out between each other,
the opposition becomes out of the question,” told Wednesday media
leader of the Republican Party of Armenia, Galust Sahakian.

He described the opposition of nowadays as following: “If you oppose
everything imposed by authorities, then you are an opposition, and
when you deal and cooperate with authorities, then you are a betrayer.”

Galust Sahakian said he backs a way of a joint work between opposition
and authorities at least towards issues of national significance and
importance. In this connection, Sahakian referred to the allegations
of leader of Heritage Party of Armenia, Raffi Hivhannisian, who said,
following the ruling by the International Court of Justice over
Kosovo that “in the fullness of time we were calling to recognize
the independence of Karabakh…”

“The right time to recognize independence of Nagorno Karabakh was July
of 1992 when we fight for recognition of NKR by Armenian Parliament,
with all ensuing consequences,” stressed Sahakian.

From: A. Papazian

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