HAK MP Hrant Bagradyan told reporters today that friends of Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan have advised him to tone down his criticism of the government leader.
Bagradyan says that rejected their suggestion, arguing that happy days do not await the government in the National Assembly.
“The biggest problem we will have to struggle against there is cynicism,” said Bagradyan, a former RA Prime Minister himself.
Bagradyan sounded the warning that the current government, headed by Sargsyan, is heading for a fall and that an economic default is looming large next year.
The MP described the prime minister’s five year strategy as a mere collection of sentences.
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