“We asked whether Silva Hambardzumyan was preparing her document for being nominated with the majority election system. ‘Surik has not yet done so. If he doesn’t, I won’t. I’ve no desire to become an MP. My business is outside. I don’t need to become a deputy. If I become a deputy here and leave my business, I’ll die of hunger,’ the businesswoman responded.
[Also,] She did not rule out [the possibility] that she could become a member in any political party. [And] Hambardzumyan promised she will hold a press conference soon and distribute the video that shows how the [aforesaid] Regional Governor had slapped her. ‘I’ve no time. I’m constantly in flights. I came today and will leave the country on Friday. If I find the time, I’ll hold a [press] conference. I want for us to enter the international [press] conference field,’ she said,” Haykakan Zhamanak writes.