By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Published March 1, 2005
YEREVAN, Armenia — Armenia’s opposition wants new elections as quickly as possible, Interfax news agency reported Tuesday.
The parliamentary opposition in the small former Soviet republic on the Black Sea is insisting on early presidential and parliamentary elections, an MP told the nation’s parliament according to the news agency report.
Early elections would be “the only way out of the serious political and economic situation into which Armenia has been plunged by its current government,” Viktor Dallakian, who represents the Justice Party, told the legislature, Interfax said.
Dallakian urged, “all political forces that care about the future of Armenia to unite to change the country’s government,” the news agency said.