Protests in Armenia will last as long as the Parliament does not elect the post premiere of man of the people, said in an interview to the Latvian radio Baltkom press Secretary of the favourite opposition Nikol Pashinian Tigran Avidan.
“The ammunition in Yerevan is solemn at the moment. But the protests in Armenia will last as long as the Parliament does not elect a man of the people. Protesters urge release from the power of the Republican party… I’m sure, in fact that soon the Parliament will fulfill our requirements,” said Avidan.
Promotions in front of the election, ex-President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, the Prime Minister launched on April 13. The opposition blames Sargsyan, who was twice elected to the presidency, for poor governance and a shift to a worse financial history in the country. On April 17, the opposition announced the beginning of the”velvet revolution”. Ignoring the protests, the Armenian Parliament elected Sargsyan head of the Cabinet of Ministers on the same day.
Less than a week later, on April 23, Sargsyan resigned amid ongoing promotions of disobedience. Previously, the configuration of the power entered into the Constitution of Armenia, according to which the most extensive opportunities will be to own the premiere screenings.