Presidential elections "by Saakashvili scenario" unlikely in Armenia-ruling MP
There are no constitutional grounds for snap parliamentary elections in Armenia, MP of the Armenian National Assembly Vardan Khachatryan told reporters on Thursday, News.am reported.
"Currently snap elections could significantly affect the revolutionary sentiments," he noted. According to him, presidential elections by Georgian scenario are unlikely in Armenia, when President Mikheil Saakashvili announced his resignation and again ran for the president.
Commenting on the dialogue between the ruling coalition and the oppositional Armenian National Congress, Khachatryan noted if the dialogue is embedded in public mind as a foundation for future division of power between the Republican Party of Armenia and the ANC, public will no longer trust the dialogue.