There are no grounds for interrupting the dialogue, and the ruling coalition is really conducting a dialogue, which fact is important for the Armenian Opposition, Tert.am reported.
Other policies are groundless, Mher Shahgeldyan, a member of the Country of Law parliamentary group and of the ANC delegation at the negotiations with Armenia's ruling coalition, told Tert.am, as he commented on the ANC's statement that the arrest of active ANC members may cause the dialogue to fail.
The opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) recently presented a lengthy document, which, according to the ANC, contains arguments that put the authorities in a critical situation. The authorities have no counterarguments and resort to "such steps" to fail the dialogue, Shahgeldyan said.
"We have our arguments to present next Thursday. We are determined to continue the dialogue," he said.