YEREVAN. – And who asks him if they want to work with him or not? Armenia’s Constitutional Court (CC) President Hrayr Tovmasyan said this in a TV program, responding to a question about PM Nikol Pashinyan’s unwillingness to work with him.
"As much as he may or may not want, I, just as much," he added.
In response to a question about whether his relationship with Pashinyan being inimical, the CC president said that he had no enemies in his country.
"I have no enemies and I cannot have inimical relations inside Armenia," he said. “My enemies are on the other side of the border. As President of the Constitutional Court, I have no right to have strained relations with anyone. The separation of powers does not mean that these institutions do not interact with each other. (...) And in our reality, it turns out that there are no personal relationships, there are only working relationships."