According to Armen Avetisyan, Lusine Badalyan's speech, in which she says that lectures should be sifted, is a rude attitude towards the lectures.
Besides, according to Armen Avetisyan, the National Assembly has never called for political persecution of lecturers who have tried to criticize the government or the Prime Minister.
As for the deputy's speech, according to Gegham Gevorgyan, there is no need to discuss it.
"If you have noticed, I have not responded to any statements made by anyone. A lot has been said about me, but I haven't paid attention. And now, if we discuss, what that person said, we will make it to look serious. We just have to ignore it,"he said.
Dean of YSU Faculty of Oriental Studies Ruben Melkonyan expressed his disagreement with the rector's opinion and said that it would be right for YSU to issue a statement on insulting the dignity of lecturers.
Armen Avetisyan made the deputy's speech available during the discussion.
After the speech, the rector's office Gegham Gevorgyan said that his attitude towards this issue is tougher, as, in fact, the deputy accuses the university professors of bribery.
It was decided to hold an online session tomorrow at 13:30 to discuss the text developed by the commission.