After the Monday presidential election it is possible that the Republican Party of Armenia (HHK) and Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) again form a coalition," said Hovik Abrahamyan, head of presidential candidate Serzh Sargsyan's campaign headquarters. BHK does not hurry to comment on Abarahamyan's statement.
Talking to A1+ BHK Spokesman Tigran Urikhanyan said the d issue is not included in their agenda.
"We do not see even motives that could direct us to the discussion of that issue," said the BHK MP.
Mr Urikhanyan also said that his party was not ready to evaluate the February 18 presidential election.
To the question when the party would give its assessment on yesterday's vote, the BHK official said with difficulty, "Where should I know?" I'm just saying what my party gave me in the form of information."
By the way, BHK Leader Gagik Tsarukyan did not participate in Monday's ballot. . The party's spokesman did not say anything about the reasons. Instead, he said that he had not performed his civic duty and cast a ballot in the election. "I was physically unable to go," he said.