Opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) has two goals: one minimal and one maximal. The minimal goal is to fire the unprofessional PM Tigran Sargsyan from his post and the utmost goal is to be majority in the parliament, ANC member and Editor-in-Chief of Armenian Times paper Nikol Pashinyan announced during the pre-election meeting in Armenia’s Shirak region on May 1.
“We shall review the tax roads of all the oligarchs to see how much tax they paid to the state. ANC’s government will check the wealth of Sashik Sargsyan, Serzh Sargsyan and Robert Kocharyan penny for penny. I predict that after the checking Serzh Sargsyan’s brother Sashik will again drive a PAZ on the Yerevan-Balahovit road like he used to for providing for his family,” Pashinyan said.
Then he announced that ANC is the only political force committed to revealing the incidents of October 27 and March 1.
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.