Our political team is preparing to conduct inspections, and those inspections might trace back to the 1990s and even back to 1991. This is what Chief of Staff of the Office of the Prime Minister of Armenia Eduard Aghajanyan told journalists today in response to a question whether the government will touch upon the years of the administration of Levon Ter-Petrosyan during inspections.
Eduard Aghajanyan said the government will try to reveal all the unlawful acts that spark questions among the public to this day and stated that the process will be intricate due to the issue of archiving.
Touching upon the statements according to which the charge brought against third President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan is ridiculous, Aghajanyan said he doesn’t know what is funny about it.
“Perhaps certain people viewed the charge as the only charge that the investigative bodies have brought against Sargsyan. Of course, I am not going to violate anyone’s presumption of innocence, but I believe the public at large is certain that there are more charges that will be brought against him,” he said.