Pashinyan said that after his call all roads in the country were opened


Plot: The situation in Armenia (539) YEREVAN, May 17 – RIA Novosti. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that after his call for the cessation of civil disobedience actions, all roads in the country are open.
The “street revolution” overthrows the mayor of Yerevan. And not only him Earlier on Thursday Pashinyan called to stop all actions of civil disobedience in the republic from 15.00 local time (14.00 Moscow time). According to him, if there are authorities in the country that enjoy public confidence, then holding such actions is illogical. He said that it was necessary to stop strikes, open all roads. He also expressed the hope that all people who did not follow the logic of sabotage would respond to his appeal. The Premier stressed that all problems and demands will be discussed, including those related to the resignation of the mayor of Yerevan and the Prosecutor General of Armenia. “All roads to the republics are open.” I am proud of you, the people, “Pashinyan wrote in Facebook.
Armenian PM said that it is impossible to solve all problems in the country In April, opposition protests were held in Armenia against the election of former president and RPA leader Serzh Sargsyan to the post of prime minister. Earlier in Armenia, amendments to the constitution came into force, according to which the prime minister will have the broadest powers. Against the backdrop of protests, on April 23, Sargsyan resigned, less than a week after being elected prime minister, and on May 8 parliament elected Pashinyan as the leader of the opposition. After the election of Pashinyan, protests in the country did not stop. Demonstrators put forward mostly social demands. Part of the protesters are seeking the resignation of officials, in particular the mayor of Yerevan, Taron Margaryan and Prosecutor General of Armenia Artur Davtyan, as well as the release of members of an armed group that captured in 2016 the building of the regiment of patrol and police service.


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