“Aravot” reports there are two types of ministers in our country: those who get into the government from the central entrance, like Seyran Ohanyan, knowing perfectly well they will be encountering mothers who have lost their sons. These ministers are not afraid to listen and talk to the public. And there are ministers who get to the consecutive government sessions from the backdoor so as not to see people who will definitely say nothing positive of today’s government. So these ministers should have steel nerves to take all these words, sometime along with oaths.
“Aravot” states it is also very important to keep silent after they hear the curses, although, as the paper goes on, notwithstanding the “luxuries” the post actually dictates, it is possible to stand public’s deprecations.
As “Aravot” explains, there are 2 reasons why the public does not stand the incumbent government since 1992: 1) people tie their hopes for the better future of the country with the officials; 2) the latters tie their wishes to their posts. Unless these knot is not undone and officials become an administration temporarily functioning the way it should, the public will never take them otherwise.
Finally, the paper urges the officials not to be afraid to deal with the people, as they have chosen them to be their rulers.