YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily off Armenia writes: This session of the NA [(National Assembly)] will probably be worth watching more, the opposition "Armenia" Bloc [faction in parliament] assures in private talks that they will toughen the tactics.
At the beginning of the year, the faction discussed the things to do next and decided to become a tougher opposition. As a confirmation [of this], they refer to the harsh criticism of some [of their] MPs for the decision to send an Armenian military contingent to Kazakhstan—even though the decision was in fact instructed by the RF [(Russian Federation)] president, and [Russian President Vladimir] Putin's friend [Armenia’s second President Robert] Kocharyan [who heads the “Armenia” Bloc] could even welcome it.
But they [i.e., the “Armenia” Bloc] have decided to be uncompromising and determined. Parallel work is being done with the provincial organizations to organize the people and take [them] to the streets.
They are planning other steps as well. For example, they have decided to visit military units, border villages.