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What is the essence of interstate strife in Armenia?

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The internal strife in Armenia is only gaining momentum and raising many complex pressing issues. The main theme of February is the struggle of Prime Minister Nikola Pashinyan with the Constitutional Court. Two criminal cases were instituted against the chairman of the Constitutional Court; a referendum on the dissolution of the current composition of the judicial body was scheduled for early April.

Also, the country's population anticipates what the criminal proceedings against the ex-presidents Serzh Sargsyan will take, which are taking place against the backdrop of many other much more significant problems. Holding two court hearings on the same day is not surprising to anyone. Other domestic conflicts are predictable. For example, on February 27, the Bright Armenia party filed a lawsuit against the deputy chairman of the Armenian National Congress Levon Zurabyan.

Is it possible to dream of radical transformations in the country leading to better welfare in a situation of struggle and unconstructive confrontation between various political forces?

The revolutionary spirit benefited Armenia, but it has reigned here for too long. The current inner conflict-generating situation does not have the best effect on the Karabakh settlement process and, in general, on maintaining regional security.

Blinded by anger and hatred, the powers that be are only superficially concentrated on solving the aggravated problems. Who can help consolidate society on the basis of genuine patriotic love? The question is really complicated. Especially when powerful external players intervene in the internal Armenian processes, acting on the principle of divide and conquer: "Pouring fuel on the fire" at the right time, generous grantors protect their own interests. All the talk about the welfare and prosperity of Armenia is a beautiful cover for the true goals of maintaining influence on the country. In this situation it is pointless to argue about full sovereignty and its protection.

Confusion and discord is ideal ground for the colonization of the state and its complete submission to the interests of others. Once this happened to Urartu ...

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