Tigran Karapetyan, Chairman of the People's Party (ZhK), expects people to compensate him during the 2013 presidential elections by casting their votes for him.
The ZhK leader says his party has 1200 -15000 members but he is certain that ‘their voice will not reach him.'
"No one can be sure of it as betrayal has become a norm in Armenia," he said.
Mr. Karapetyan is convinced that the opposition is not going to field a joint candidate during the presidential elections as ‘Armenia does not have opposition as such.'
Similarly, he thinks that after the elections the Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) will come to an agreement with the authorities and avoid confrontations.
Ahead of the presidential vote, Mr. Karapetyan advises everyone. "Whether you are a male or female representative, do not sell your vote - it is harlotry."