HAYKAZ MAKARYAN READY TO SETTLE IN KASHATAGH BUT...
- Twenty-two-year-old Haykaz Makaryan is ready to go and live in Kashatagh region of the Artsakh Republic (Nagorno Karabakh Republic), but his request has been turned down. The reason for the rejection is that Haykaz does not have a family of his own which is a key criterion for young people who want to settle in Kashatagh. Haykaz says writer and publicist Meruzhan Ter-Gulanyan tried to assist him but had no success.
Today the young man lives in a rented house which he has to leave on May 10 as he cannot afford to pay the rent. Haykaz was unable to participate in the May 6 parliamentary election as he does not have a permanent place of abode.
The parentless boy has even applied to Serzh Sargsyan and Leader of the Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) Gagik Tsarukyan. He is convinced that Serzh Sargsyan would have contacted him,if the country's leader had receive d his letter. Besides, Haykaz has sent about 2850 letters to different agencies, 43 of which have been addressed to Serzh Sargsyan.
"I have written to Mr Sargsyan that he is surrounded by unworthy people who defame the stat apparatus. These people cannot understand and appreciate Nzhdeh," says the young man considers himself a descendant of Garegin Nzhdeh's Ideology.
Haykaz has written more than 1200 poems and 4 novels. One of his poems, "Mr. Crazy," was published in 20 copies in 2010.
- 1847 Summit Meeting of the representatives of the Transcaucasian Armenian community.
- 1847 With the participation of the gentry and commoners, the National, Ecclesiastic, and Supreme Council is created in Constantinople. It is the first step towards the creation of the "Constitution".
- 1859 A Committee, consisting of 5 clergymen and 14 laymen, is struck in Constantinople to write the "Constitution". The Chariman was Rusinian.
- 1945 End of World War Two (known as the "Great Patriotic War" in the USSR).
- 1964 Death of Vahan Totomyants, professor and public figure.
- 1992 Shooshee (Artsakh) is liberated after 71 years of occupation by Azeri Turks.
- 1994 Protocol negotiated in the Artsakh War and signed in Bishkek (Kirgizstan) by the parliamentary speakers of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Artsakh as mediated by Presidents Boris Yeltsin of Russia and Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan. This was the first recognition of Artsakhs distinctiveness as a political and territorial entity in the negotiations. Azerbaijan occupied 750 sq. km. (15%) of Artsakhs territory, while Artsakh occupied 7059 sq. km. (8%) of territory considered to have traditionally been possessed by Azerbaijan.