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Former President of Armenia Robert Kocharian said clashes were possible in the country after the parliamentary elections scheduled for June 20. Recall that Kocharian is running for the election at the head of the Armenian bloc. Opposed to & nbsp; incumbent Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
“This is, of course, an extremely undesirable scenario, it cannot be completely denied,” he said, adding that if the CEC holds elections clearly, predictions of conflicts can be avoided under the law.
In addition, Kocharian said he was pushing for political reforms to balance government forces because he had too many powers in his prime minister.
The former president also believes that negotiations with Azerbaijan on Karabakh are possible. Armenia can use the right of nations to self-determination as an argument. According to Kocharian, talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan on Karabakh can take place in the format of the OSCE Minsk Group with Russia's leading role. He also spoke of an unlimited mandate for Russian peacekeepers in Karabakh.