YEREVAN. – Zhoghovurd daily of Armenia writes: Yesterday, November 27, the [opposition] Bright Armenia faction of the National Assembly [(NA)] submitted to the parliament an action plan for getting out of the situation on the ground in the Republic of Armenia. It is published on the official website of the NA.
The plan consists of 12 points. Let us present some of them: The opposition faction notes that the [incumbent] prime minister [Nikol Pashinyan]—the symbol of defeat—shall step down, the parliament [shall] elect a [new] prime minister, and a professional transitional government shall be formed from persons who have succeeded in their fields.
As the second point, the ensuring of the high quality of the Armenian-Russian relations is specified.
One of the other points specifies the initiation of talks on the ambiguous provisions of the statement signed between Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia, and [their; that is, the talks] conduct to achieve pro-Armenian solutions; the resumption of the course of the negotiations in the format of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs—with the objective of the final consolidation and implementation of Artsakh’s right to self-determination, long-term stability and peace, having a balanced agreement that reflects the Armenian interest, as well as to properly meet the needs of the fallen, missing, captured, wounded servicemen and civilians and their families.
After the 12 points, with the last—13th—point, the opposition faction proposes that early parliamentary elections shall be held by ensuring free, fair and transparent, level conditions.