Սնանկացում – Bankruptcy

 

 

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  1. Not on the right track

    Not being able to manage diametrically opposite methodologies of political parties creates fissures in the common ideals of our nation. Continuous appeals to unite without methodology leads nowhere.

    Engineers have created the infrastructure of advanced lifestyles that many enjoy in many parts of the world. Politicians have to learn from engineers optimizing possibilities and acting rather than talking. Had the engineers practiced the methodologies of the politicians we would have had buildings uninhabited and structures left incomplete.

    We do not have proper practical leaders. Our new revolution should have never been characterized as revolution rather than active participation in improving lifestyle and maintaining priorities.

    Absolute priority in governing a nation is defending physical geographical boundaries of that nation, then comes internal security and last of all the well being of the citizens.

    This revolution has given a reversal in priorities in which the citizen's concerns rest on their well being first. Pashinian has to talk the language that Baku understands. Soft language reminds me of Khrimian Hayrig. Political immature blunders of the first independence and blunders after our last independence starting from Levon Der Bedrossian reflects political ignorance. We are not on the right track with the present. 

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