A quarrel broke out between the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, and former President Robert Kocharyan’s son, MP Levon Kocharyan, at the parliament, Report informs, citing Sputnik Armenia.

During a question-and-answer session in the National Assembly, in response to a query from Levon Kocharyan whether the government has studied how many people are detained in democratic countries for publications on social networks, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said: “Naturally, we cannot monitor the statistics of all countries, but we can compare with the statistics of the previous period of the Republic of Armenia, and we can say that politicians are not killed in the entrances, people are not shot at, elections are not falsified, they are not part of the share of this or that business, Yerablur plots are not privatized.

Pashinyan said that, as for international statistics, the government follows the reports of international organizations that have been recording Armenia’s progress in the field of democracy for five years.