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Pashinyan's opponents plan to resume protests in Yerevan in the morning


Participants of the procession of supporters of the Armenian opposition and police officers on Republic Square in Yerevan. Archival photoYEREVAN, May 17. The opposition, demanding the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, will resume protests in Yerevan from Wednesday morning, Ishkhan Saghatelyan, vice speaker of parliament from the Armenia opposition faction, said during a rally “Tomorrow from 08.00 (07.00 Moscow time) we will continue the actions of disobedience. If today 60 groups participated in them, then tomorrow there will be 100. Today, about 600 people were brought to the police departments. We must ensure that there are not enough police forces in the departments there were no places for the police,” Saghatelyan said. According to him, the oppositionists intend to paralyze traffic on Wednesday, if necessary block the buildings of state institutions, the metro. Since April 25, the opposition has been holding protests throughout Armenia. The protesters are convinced that the policy of the authorities threatens the country with the loss of statehood.

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