Right after this meeting, I will take part in a pre-election debate on Armenian Public Television, and I hope to see those who “threatened us with yataghan”. This is what acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said at today’s rally held ahead of the snap parliamentary elections.
Pashinyan noted that during the election campaign, he visited ‘all corners’ of Armenia, talked to ‘tens of thousands’ of his compatriots. “After the previous eight months of hell, we are exhausted, and there are threats, curses and insults during this election campaign. The Armenian people accepted us as they accept their relatives who have returned from captivity,” Pashinyan assured and called on everyone to vote for Civil Contract Party on June 20.
Pashinyan also noted that it’s time to ‘talk about the future’. “Our vision for the future is based on four pillars, including security, economy, law and order and the development of human capital,” he said.