Discussion: How to Rule out the Escalation in Yerevan?
June 26, 11:00

The protesters must begin negotiations with the Government, and talks will rule out the crisis, said Hovhannes Sahakyan, Chairman of the NA Standing Committee on State and Legal Affairs, Republican MP

The lawmaker believes no force will be used against protesters even if they refuse to negotiate and continue their protest. “No force will be used. The law on public assembly, however, fixes where and how to hold rallies, as well as the actions the police must take to ensure the public order and safety of the young people gathered there. The protest is not spontaneous anymore and there may be 222. It is crucial to be cautious now,” Sahakyan said.

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