10.08.2022

  • Meanwhile police moved into the centre of the capital Yerevan as protesters gathered to demonstrate against the country’s ruling elite, witnesses said.

  • Karapetyan, calling for a new election, said that if Pashinyan was the people’s choice, they could elect him.

  • Sarksyan, who previously served as Armenia’s president for a decade, resigned as prime minister on Monday after almost two weeks of street protests prompted by accusations he had manipulated the constitution to cling to power.

  • The economy would face problems if the crisis continued, Karapetyan said.

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Armenians protests as acting leader suggests new elections

Armenia’s acting prime minister, Karen Karapetyan, on Wednesday suggested holding a new parliamentary election to end a political crisis which has gripped the country for almost two weeks. Meanwhile police moved into the centre of the capital Yerevan as protesters gathered...

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