Gerard Response

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How to change a government?

 

How to change a government? There are 2 ways; the Democratic way, via the voting booths, or via civil unrest. I am saddened to see that Keghart.com is asking the Diaspora to finance civil unrest in Armenia. A dangerous route which could result in civil war.

The reality is, as a result of last elections, the Republican party is majority in parliaments, so they have the opportunity to nominate the Prime Minister. I can hear you saying, but the last elections were falsified. You are NOT totally CORRECT. International observers, in their reports highlighted that there was NO vote rigging in the voting booths. But, they said, outside the voting booths, they had received reports of vote buying, influencing employees, etc. But the result is that the people, when inside the voting booth, “unfortunately” 75% cast their vote for the Republican Party.

You will probably argue that the RP has all the leverages. But Civil unrest is the only answer. That type of conclusion is disaster for Armenia. What needs to be done is to “educate the people” that they are free to choose their leaders. That they should not be afraid from reprisals. Once they are behind the voting booth, there is no way to check and find out who they voted for. Even if they were paid for.

The next election, in 4 years (not 10 years) is an opportunity to change regime in Democratic way. By then our role is to create the peoples mind set, they should be influenced by external forces, once behind the voting booth they are free to vote for the party they trust. If you, Keghart.com want my money, to educate the people, to build their confidence in themselves, and decide for themselves, you will obtain money from Diaspora. Money for Civil unrest NO. Armenia cannot afford it. Our enemies will be happy to have unrest in Armenia. 

I wonder if you have the courage to publish my comment. We will see.

 

The Dashnak party has always

 

The Dashnak party has always fought against external tyranny, the Ottoman empire, and its successor, Imperial Russia and its successor the Soviet Empire. We are in a different ground now. We are trying to build a democracy in our own state. Social unrest cannot be the answer. It only helps those who want to see our nation fail. As far as I can understand, dialogue and changes, persisting on changes, via the existing institutions in Armenia, is the route the Dashnak have chosen as a strategy. Forcing changes through the street, in the streets, is not the answer for them. It appears to be your choice. Not that of the Dashnak. I hope this clarifies.

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfuH49nGRxc

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How to change a government?

 

How to change a government? There are 2 ways; the Democratic way, via the voting booths, or via civil unrest. I am saddened to see that Keghart.com is asking the Diaspora to finance civil unrest in Armenia. A dangerous route which could result in civil war.

The reality is, as a result of last elections, the Republican party is majority in parliaments, so they have the opportunity to nominate the Prime Minister. I can hear you saying, but the last elections were falsified. You are NOT totally CORRECT. International observers, in their reports highlighted that there was NO vote rigging in the voting booths. But, they said, outside the voting booths, they had received reports of vote buying, influencing employees, etc. But the result is that the people, when inside the voting booth, “unfortunately” 75% cast their vote for the Republican Party.

You will probably argue that the RP has all the leverages. But Civil unrest is the only answer. That type of conclusion is disaster for Armenia. What needs to be done is to “educate the people” that they are free to choose their leaders. That they should not be afraid from reprisals. Once they are behind the voting booth, there is no way to check and find out who they voted for. Even if they were paid for.

The next election, in 4 years (not 10 years) is an opportunity to change regime in Democratic way. By then our role is to create the peoples mind set, they should be influenced by external forces, once behind the voting booth they are free to vote for the party they trust. If you, Keghart.com want my money, to educate the people, to build their confidence in themselves, and decide for themselves, you will obtain money from Diaspora. Money for Civil unrest NO. Armenia cannot afford it. Our enemies will be happy to have unrest in Armenia. 

I wonder if you have the courage to publish my comment. We will see.

 

The Dashnak party has always

 

The Dashnak party has always fought against external tyranny, the Ottoman empire, and its successor, Imperial Russia and its successor the Soviet Empire. We are in a different ground now. We are trying to build a democracy in our own state. Social unrest cannot be the answer. It only helps those who want to see our nation fail. As far as I can understand, dialogue and changes, persisting on changes, via the existing institutions in Armenia, is the route the Dashnak have chosen as a strategy. Forcing changes through the street, in the streets, is not the answer for them. It appears to be your choice. Not that of the Dashnak. I hope this clarifies.

 

 

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/kfuH49nGRxc" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfuH49nGRxc

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