“DEMAND FOR CHANGE WAVE: REACTION OF THE AUTHORITIES AND POSSIBLE OUTCOME OPTIONS”
April 19, 11:00

For over 2 weeks, Yerevan has seen continuing civil disobedience actions against Serzh Sargsyan’s appointment as prime minister, led by RA National Assembly deputy Nikol Pashinyan. 

On April 17, Armenian ex-President Serzh Sargsyan was elected Armenian Prime Minister by 77 NA deputies and thus assumed the governance of the country for the 3rd time.

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