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We were authority and we know what it is - Armenian National Congress

18:28, 21.04.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

GARNI. – If anybody wants Armenia to be a servant for Turkey, vote for incumbent President Serzh Sargsyan, off-parliament opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) head, Armenia’s First President Levon Ter-Petrosyan said in the meeting with Garni voters.

Ter-Petrosyan stressed that they were the authority and know what it is. Besides, the incumbent authorities are robbing the state for over 14 years.

According to Ter-Petrosyan, Sargsyan leads the people to the abyss. Moreover, he has so much money and opportunity that may be rescued while people will appear in the abyss.

“If you want Armenia to be a servant for Turkey, vote for Sargsyan, however, if you want to avoid that, there is a political power-the ANC, to change the situation for the better,” Ter-Petrosyan said. 

Armenian National Congress (ANC) is an opposition bloc founded in 2008 after presidential elections. During the August 1, 2008, rally in Yerevan the first President of Armenia and ANC leader Levon Ter-Petrosyan announced formation of the bloc. ANC comprises 18 parties and political forces.

ANC proportional list includes 119 names. It has also nominated MP candidates with the majority election system.

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