The second President of Armenia remains and is in the struggle. Robert Kocharyan noted about this during a town hall meeting on Monday.
"Yes, I am in the topic, I am in the struggle, yes, we will lead the struggle. But [whether] it will be tomorrow morning, three hours later or a week later, that time is not far away. But it should be after a correct assessment of the situation.
Why wasn't I on the front line, I wasn't on the podium, just to neutralize all that from which a part either feared or categorically did not accept me because the propaganda machine was portraying me that way for a long time.
We are now trying to assess the situation—and we will do it quickly. If that theory is true, if our people have woken up from the stupor, if the reaction to fear has become to fight, not to pretend that we are dead, we don’t exist, then you are right. We have to start, and start at a different pace, with different slogans, and really go all the way. But I must have that assessment," said the second president.
Kocharyan informed that now they are working on another plan, too, but he did not want to open the respective brackets.