Member of Heritage Party Armen Martirosyan is certain that the government won't be able to carry out the provisions stated in its plan.
"The government won't be able to implement its plan simply because the indicators are far-fetched and because there is no government official that will implement this plan," vice-chairman of the board of Heritage Party Armen Martirosyan said during a press conference today.
The former deputy says the first thing that the government needs to do in order to implement the plan is to create a free market economy.
"Can there be a free and competitive market economy in a country where oligopoly has been initially rooted and is deepening more and more?" asked Armen Martirosyan.
As an example, Martirosyan mentioned the damages that HHK deputy Samvel Alexanyan's Natali Pharm's illegitimate actions caused to the Azni Company, which is a representative of small and medium businesses involved in importing drugs to Armenia.
"Today, Head of Azni Garnik Sahakyan is selling all of his belongings," said Arman Martirosyan.
The vice-chairman of the board of Heritage Party also touched upon the position of the Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) and mentioned that the BHK was against the government, not power as a whole.
"I think the BHK is going against the prime minister. Regardless of the outcome of the elections, it is clear that they most probably assume that they can be a contender for the prime minister's office," said Armen Martirosyan.
The former deputy says the BHK is taking this step to not join the coalition.