Either the Prime Minister has to be brought to justice for discrediting the good reputation of the ex-President and the major state institute, or a criminal case has to be instituted against the ex-President for committing a grave state crime. This is what political analyst Stepan Danielyan wrote on his Facebook page.
He particularly wrote the following:
“The Prime Minister said that businessmen were taking suitcases full of money to the building located at 26 Baghramyan Street, and this means the commission of the gravest state crime.
Now he says that people are wrong when they ask him why those crimes aren’t being revealed. This means that the issue has to be presented to the relevant authorities.
Based on the Prime Minister’s statement, the prosecutor’s office had to initiate criminal proceedings to find out the following:
1. either the Prime Minister must be brought to justice for discrediting the good reputation of the ex-President and a major state institute,
2. or a criminal case has to be instituted against the ex-President for the commission of a grave state crime.
If this isn’t done, then:
1. either the Prosecutor General has to be punished for failure to perform his duties,
2. or it shall be declared that Armenia has neither law-enforcement authorities nor a constitution.”