Raffi Hovhannisyan kicked off the election campaign from Aram Khachatryan’s statue today. Under the slogan “It’s possible” the presidential candidate will travel to the regions of Armenia to try to convince the voters that changes in Armenia are really possible; it’s only necessary to believe in it and demonstrate political will at the presidential elections of February 18.
“We’ll try to convince people that only through struggle will it be possible to reach changes, especially considering that we have a candidate, who’s ready to struggle for a new, changing Armenia,” said Armen Martirosyan, representative of the Heritage Party.
In case of free and legitimate elections, Armenia will have a new President on February 19.
Hovhannisyan disagrees with the opinion that the outcome of the presidential elections is predetermined. “Only God can predict. In the human domain everything is subject to change and everything is possible,” the candidate said, adding that he’s resolute to struggle against the violations he witnessed before the start of the presidential race.
Accompanied by a small group of supporters, Raffi Hovhannisyan walked along the Mashtots Avenue, exchanging handshakes, smiles and a few words with the residents of Yerevan.