Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 2 / Trend M. Aliyev /
The recent resignations of senior Armenian officials show that the president cannot govern the country, MP Aydin Mirzazade told Trend on Wednesday.
"The recent events prove once again that President Serzhe Sargsyan does not have a concept for the country's development and for teamwork," he said.
"We are talking about a crisis of Armenian statehood and national identity rather than personnel changes," he said. "The political elite of the Armenian nation sees its own development in its territorial claims against neighboring countries."
"This never gave success to any country," Mirzazade said.
These changes are visible signs of the crisis occurring in the Armenian society, he said.
"The continuous emigration of the population, its economic regression, the country's isolation from regional economic projects, and the lack of total progress in the economic, political, military and diplomatic spheres are obvious," he said.
He stressed that if the Armenian authorities continue their current policy, similar signs of a crisis will often take place.
Armenian National Assembly Chairman Hovik Abrahamyan, Yerevan Mayor Karen Karapetyan, the country's police chief Alik Sargsyan, other officials have been recently resigned.
"The latest events taking place in Armenia are the elements of the authorities' crisis," Azerbaijani MP Zahid Oruj said. "It will be intensified in the future."