168 Zham: Moscow was last drop for Serzh Sargsyan, says Russian expert
Commenting on President Serzh Sargsyan’s recent speeches, particularly his critical remarks voiced against the Prosperous Armenia party’s leader, a Russian expert said the address, apparently prepared in advance, was delivered much earlier than scheduled.
Speaking to the paper, Vadim Dubnov said he sees that Gagik Tsarukyan’s recent trip to Moscow was the last drop that exhausted the president’s patience.
“By and large, this is the moment that requires the authorities to start strengthening their positions if they wish to maintain power,” he said, considering the developments absolutely logical.
Commenting on second President Robert Kocharyan’s possible return to politics, Dubmov said he doesn’t feel that such rumors are credible. “I think it is mainly he that creates such an impression. In my conviction this impression largely a myth, though I don’t rule out the possibility that Kocharyan has his lobbyist group, as well as resources, in the Kremlin,” he replied.