At Wednesday’s special session of the National Assembly (NA) of Armenia, Vigen Khachatryan, a member of the ruling majority "Civil Contract" Faction in the NA, called on the government to change its work methods.
In particular, the MP was angered by the fact that the vast majority of the matters that are on the agenda of this special session of the parliament are planned to be debated on in an accelerated manner.
"I believe that this practice should be put to an end. It is unacceptable to put the National Assembly in such a situation. I have a hard time imagining how it is possible to study such a number of matters, offer recommendations and additions in two readings in just three days," said Khachatryan.
In his opinion, such work methods do not contribute to ensuring the normal work of the Armenian parliament and strike a blow the standing of the legislative body.
"I ask the government to avoid such practice from now on," the lawmaker added.