Members of Armenian ruling party dissatisfied with Pashinyan


Members of the ruling Civil Contract Party in Armenia are dissatisfied with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and do not want to be directly subordinated to him, Zhoghovurd newspaper writes, Report informs.

The head of government is dissatisfied with the activities of some ministers and wants to appoint deputies from the ruling party in their place: "He wants to get rid of a number of incompetent ministers. However, he cannot find experienced specialists."

According to the newspaper, Pashinyan offered the position of minister to some deputies: "However, the parliamentarians refused. Members of the ruling Civil Contract faction refuse to take over the executive power and avoid daily direct contact with Nikol Pashinyan."