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Nikol Pashinyan, Armenia’s embattled prime minister, has pledged to resign next month and prompt an election, amid pressure in the wake of the disastrous defeat to Azerbaijan in last year’s war over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh.
Supporters of newly elected Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan celebrated in extraordinary fashion by unloading a truck full of ice in the capital Yerevan and staging a mass snowball fight.
Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan, who organized street protests in the Armenian capital last month, has been elected the new prime minister by the parliament. He had threatened more protests otherwise.
Anti-government protesters disrupted traffic in Armenia’s capital, blocking railways and roads leading to Yerevan International Airport, after the parliament voted against opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan’s bid for interim PM.
After ousting the PM, an Armenian protest leader attempts to ride the momentum, but risks plunging the inherently vulnerable country into chaos with a damaging power grab, observers tell RT.
Massive opposition rallies continue to grip the Armenian capital of Yerevan despite Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, who was president for several consecutive years, giving in to protesters’ demands and stepping down this week.
A drone captured footage of a massive crowd of protesters who flocked to streets in Armenia’s capital Yerevan this week to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, who also served as president for several years.
Pressured by mass protests in the capital, Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan has resigned from office. This apparently seals a victory for opposition forces behind the protest.
Almost 300 people, including three leaders of the opposition, have been detained in the Armenian capital Yerevan as authorities claim that protests, now in their second week, are jeopardizing the country’s constitutional order.