YEREVAN. – There is no serious increase of dissatisfaction among the Armenian society with the actions of the new authorities in Armenia. Suren Grigoryan, a member of the majority My Step faction, stated this during Tuesday’s briefings in the National Assembly.
But he accepted that there is certain dissatisfaction among a part of the society in the country, but that, in the MP’s view, is normal. "If you ask me whether or not I consider the amount of those complaints serious, I will answer that I consider it important, as the dissatisfaction of every citizen of our country and the content of that dissatisfaction is important for us. But I do not think that it has any large and serious amount," Grigoryan said, adding that to a large extent, this dissatisfaction is the agenda of the opposition.
According to the My Step MP, each separate opposition force should have the opportunity to act independently—at least within its own agenda.