April 18, 2007

CANDIDATES FOR ARMENIAN PARLIAMENT TAKE TIME OUT FOR A LITTLE LEVITY DURING GRUELING POLITICAL CAMPAIGN


We've stayed away from the political circus that comprises the pre-election campaigning and confusion surrounding the upcoming Parliamentary elections in Armenia. We try to keep up with the parties, their leaders and what exactly they propose to do in the name of the country and the people but.......IT'S ALL TOO MUCH TO FATHOM!!!!!!!


Who exactly was it who said that a given electorate deserves what they get for electing a bunch of clowns and buffoons into office?


We haven't read any real analysis, anywhere, regarding the main political contenders and what they actually represent and why they would be either good or bad for Armenia.


It's all form and no substance. Who looks good; whose ads are well prepared; who attracts the most onlookers to rallies; etc..........


Can someone out there pick a party or local candidate and rationally explain why they should be elected to represent the will of the people in the National Assembly??

2 Comments:

At April 19, 2007, Anonymous Onnik Krikorian said...

Armenia Now is apparently preparing an extensive guide on where all the political parties running stand on various issues. I guess it will be out on Friday.

 
At April 19, 2007, Blogger Pokr Mher / Փոքր Մհեր said...

That wouldmost likely be a helpful addition to sorting out where everyone stands on the issues. Usually though, its the individual candidate or party that assumes the responsibility of clarifiying its positions on the issues. No?

 

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