“For Armenia State Front’ power shift resolution and upcoming steps”
March 16, 11:00

On March 10, the ‘For Armenia State Front’ (‘Hanun Hayastan Petutyan Tchakat’) movement held its first rally in the Liberty Square, Yerevan. 

The movement set up in November 2017 unites opposition parties and individuals and declares, among others, the aim of “setting up a sovereign, democratic, legal, social constitutional state based on national solidarity, conscious and free expression of will."

The movement representatives note that the movement strives to turn into a platform for any political force and individual willing to fight for power change. In the near future, the ‘For Armenia State Front’ plans to take steps to achieve its declared aims.

On March 16, the ‘For Armenia State Front’ held its regular rally on famous Bread-Bringer Artur Sargsyan's death anniversary.

At the discussion on “For Armenia State Front’ power shift resolution and upcoming steps” hosted on the same day by the Media Center, movement representative Karapet Rubinyan, former Deputy President of the RA NA, answered the question on the need for power shift that the socio-political demands and grounds of power shift had matured long before.

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