Armenian opposition candidate named guilty of defeat in Karabakh

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The single candidate from the Armenian opposition, Vazgen Manukyan, believes that during the fighting in Karabakh, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan did not understand very well what was happening at the front, although he could have prevented the war or conducted it in such a way as to retain the main positions. The politician told RBC about this.

According to the opposition leader, in the wake of the “color revolutions,” mostly incompetent people who are not ready to head the government end up in power. Manukyan believes that the prime minister divided the society into former and present, split the society. A similar situation has developed in Ukraine and in other places where the “color revolution” took place, the politician added.

As Manukyan noted, if Serzh Sargsyan had been in power, the war would simply not have started. The oppositionist claims that Pashinyan stopped the negotiation process on Nagorno-Karabakh, made a number of statements on which the Karabakh problem is a territorial dispute, and “not a question of self-determination of the nation,” and made it clear to Azerbaijan that a war could be started.

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