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YEREVAN. – Armenia and Artsakh face serious challenges, and it is necessary to strike a balance, including in education, health care and other areas, not only in terms of military force. Political scientist Andranik Tevanyan stated this at the November 15 conference of the Vernatun Club.

He noted that masses cannot rule the country, adding that Armenia lives in a political and economic "minefield," and these "mines" are "exploding" from time to time. The political scientist is convinced that this crisis is related to the policy that deprives citizens of their participation in political and economic life.

"The tangible results of the promised 'economic revolution' have been postponed until 2050, as the 31-year position can be avoided from the current answerability and accountability," the political scientist explained.

Tevanyan noted that the incumbent Armenian authorities promise to increase the GDP 15 times in 2050, when the economic activity index does not meet this goal, and the current economic growth is mainly provided by services.

"Even if everything goes according to plan, 2020 is officially lost on the way to reaching the ‘paradise’ of  2050," Tevanyan said.

According to him, the lack of meaningful side of the economic revolution has given birth to its "heroes."

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