YEREVAN. – If the legal regime of the current martial law in the country prevents this or that political force from fully carrying out its political activities, then this issue should be discussed. Hovhannes Igityan, a member of the majority My Step faction, stated this during Thursday’s National Assembly special session debates on the bill on the lifting of the current martial law in Armenia.
According to him, this issue should be discussed within the parliamentary factions. "Indeed, the martial law and the state of emergency impose certain restrictions on the activities of the parties, and in those conditions it is difficult for the political forces to fully operate," Igityan stressed, adding, however, that such activities should not harm the country and the people.