» They say revolution has brought new values; there is no such thing; Shant Harutyunyan (video)

They say revolution has brought new values; there is no such thing; Shant Harutyunyan (video)

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1988 The years of the movement were very important. Human values ​​and our ideological friends were the kind, including Ruben Hayrapetyan, who played a role in the establishment of Artsakh with his system of values.

Sheng Harutyunyan, the leader of the Tseghakron Party, said this in an interview with Anzhela Tovmasyan's author of "In front of the Mirror" broadcast on ArmNews TV, referring to her supporters' arrest on the day she was detained months ago by former RA President Ruben Hayrapetyan.

According to Shant Harutyunyan, when he was incarcerated, Ruben Hayrapetyan was one of the few people he could apply to be with his son; “I think there are very few Ruben Hayrapetyan people in Armenia. He was one of those people who said, 'I'm going to appeal to Serzh Sargsyan, say,' What are you doing to Shant, do it, but don't touch the child, Shahen? '

According to Shant Harutyunyan, today the society has no "immunity" for protecting families and children, as a result of which they cling to families.

Shant Harutyunyan rejects the view that his and Ruben Hayrapetyan's relations are based on finances.

Speaking of value systems, Shant Harutyunyan said: “They say that revolution has brought values, there is no such thing. The revolution must change the former system of values. If the former persecuted their adversaries and today a new government has come to carry out the steps of the former, what revolutionary values ​​are you talking about? "

Shant Harutyunyan observes that today values ​​are degraded; “The Armenian nation has been insane in its entirety for a thousand years. Armenians are resourceful in domestic affairs and politically degraded. "

Asked why the revolution or the change of power took place, Shant Harutyunyan said that the reason was the degradation of values.

To the observation, the most dangerous thing that is happening today, Shant Harutyunyan said: "Let's face it, the ancients used to live a shabby life. Nicole has come to power today and says the government should still enjoy the benefits, but within the law, for example, get bonuses."

According to Shant Harutyunyan, such an approach is cynicism due to lack of value; "If the people say that the present authorities are doing well, then I say that today the people are living with hatred, the people are angry, which is not the people's fault."

Summing up the question whether the former authorities know much about this government, particularly Nikol Pashinyan, Shant Harutyunyan said: "Serge helped Nikol in time, but the Russians took Nikol away from Serge."