Outside one of the buildings the members of “Yelq” (“Way Out”) alliance met sociologist Aharon Adibekyan. Nikol Pashinyan joked, saying they came to improve their sociological results a little.
On March 14 “Yelq” alliance launched their campaign from “Dinamo” stadium. NA deputy Nikol Pashiny went around all courtyards, climbing the rooftops of garages’ and reaching out to his potential voters.
During his meeting with the voters, Nikol Pashinyan announced that RPA’s campaign is based on corruption money, wasted credit funds and if they are giving away bribes, then it’s the money that’s been stolen from the people. He listed the names of all RPA deputies, who, according to Pashinyan’s statement are pilgrims of silence and are paid their salaries to stay silent.
“The salary that a deputy of national assembly gets for his 5 years is 30-35 million drams. So imagine, if people spend 5 million drams to be a part of NA, then they do that to have an opportunity for robbery”, mentioned Nikol Pashinyan, a leader of “Yelq”.
He announced that Hakob Beglaryan, the brother of former minister of communication Gagik Beglaryan, is nominated in Kentron community while Gagik Beglaryan himself is the staff chief in that community. According to Nikol Pashinyan, whoever urges to choose someone from RPA, should first point out the North-South highway, which was opened with a fuss, but now is damaged.
Outside one of the buildings the members of “Yelq” alliance met sociologist Aharon Adibekyan. Nikol Pashinyan joked, saying they came to improve their sociological results a little. Adibekyan in his turn said that at the moment “Yelq” is in the 3rd or 4th place.
Nikol Pashinyan urged to choose them, who are number 1 on the ballots and said that there is a way out from this condition. He also added that this crisis of desperation has been caused by the Republican Party, because it’s beneficial for them.
Note, “Yelq” (Way out) alliance was formed by 3 parties member of parliament Nikol Pashinyan’s “Civil agreement”, MP Edmon Marukyan’s “Bright Armenia and Armenia’s former Prime Minister Aram Sargsyan’s “Republic”.