Prosperous Armenia Party has its own agenda and own plans. This is what deputy of the Prosperous Armenia Party Iveta Tonoyan told journalists during briefings at the National Assembly today, responding to a question about the likelihood of the political party’s cooperation with extra-parliamentary forces.
Journalists asked Tonoyan how her political party views the domestic political processes that are taking place outside of the parliament. “We see those processes and view them as normal. Extra-parliamentary forces have a right to act, but Prosperous Armenia Party is guided by its own agenda as the largest opposition faction in parliament, and it doesn’t cooperate with those forces,” Tonoyan said.
Last week, the already former president of the Public Council Vazgen Manukyan announced the creation of the “Vernatun” public-political club which, in his opinion, will consolidate a wide circle of experts and political figures.