There is no analysis of the current situation is in the government program; moreover, there isn't a single criticism, said Prosperous Armenia Party MP Stepan Margaryan in Armenia's National Assembly today.
On a human level, the MP said, he understands RA Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan's position not to criticize his predecessor, Tigran Sargsyan, but, according to Margaryan, at this moment Hovik Abrahamyan is not an ordinary man.
"Yes, Hovik Abrahamyan inherited economic ruins, but I hope that my remarks won't be used as justification not to implement this program," he said.
Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnaktsutyun, or ARF-D) MP Artsvik Minasyan, in turn, said that it's important for the government to cooperate with all specialists — regardless of whether they're opposition or anything else.
"We would like to see the government's resolve with respect to the adoption of the law on opposition. Without mutual restraint, it's not possible to work and achieve results," he said.
Rule of Law MP Hovhannes Margaryan said the government is wrong if it thinks that creating jobs is not part of its function. He also remarked that the government, among other issues, must give independence to condominiums. "Condominiums only become alive from election to election. It shouldn't be like that," he said.