Emotions have come to replace classical politics on today’s political arena, with the ruling authorities lacking responsibility, and the capacity of decision-making, a member of the recently launched Adekvad party said today, introducing their team’s political objectives.
“Classical politics does not work any longer; what works instead is emotions. So anyone who gives emotions gets an outcome in return, with the best emotions coming from actors. Whoever is able to secure a stage show appears at the helm of state. so we have set a goal to awaken, sober the population to teach them to think independently, make decisions and develop responsibility – which our authorities currently lack,” Lilit Tumanyan told journalists at a news conference.
In her words, the inability of decision-making – and the kind of irresponsible attitude – is visible also in the government’s approaches to the Amulsar mine project. ″Regardless of what position we may take, we have demonstrated our responsibility. We are responsible and literate, and pursue a long-term approach. So it is not a game but rather – a mode of living. We are not going to persuade anyone of anything or conduct a classical propaganda,″ she added.
Tumanyan said their team has initiated an educational-cultural propaganda as a step towards a ″real revolution″. According to her, the prime minister should have taken a more resolute stance on the Amulsar mine issue instead of inspiring the population with positive hopes.
‟Mining industries should entail minimal risks to develop a kind system that allow us to leave one out of 10 [pieces] gold in our country while realizing manufacturing processes,″ she said.