Elections in Armenia Held in Regime of Military Operations Azeri Politician
The elections in Armenia are held in the regime of the military operations, but not within the will of people, said the Director of the Political Security Center, political Rashad Rzaguliyev, in his interview with Trend, commenting on the order of the Armenian President, Robert Kocharyan, on scheduling the parliamentary elections for May 12, 2007. He said that this fact has also been recognized by the president and community of Armenia and international observers. The Karabakh Military-Political Block, under the leadership of the President Robert Kocharyan, has already held a number of elections, of which key leitmotif was forcible and psychological extrusion of the necessary results from the Armenian electors.
Mr. Rzaguliyev considers that the favorite of this event will be the Republic Party of Armenia. Presently they hold 39 out of 130 seats in the Parliament. They will be given the right to form the government and the next president of Armenia will be Serj Sarkisyan, representative of the Karabakh Military-Political Block.