Protesters in Yerevan who insist on the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan egged the building of the Special Investigative Service,
The protesters began shouting slogans as they marched through the streets of the capital, calling on employees of the Special Investigative Service to stop “serving the authorities unconditionally.” Several protesters threw eggs in the direction of the building. Police officers did not interfere with the protesters’ actions.
By now, the procession continues; the oppositionists are going to France Square in the center of Yerevan, where they will organize a rally.
On February 20, Vazgen Manukyan, prime ministerial candidate of the opposition, addressed a rally of about 20 political forces seeking the resignation of Nikol Pashinyan, asking the opposition “to be ready at any time with a lightning speed to take power. He added that this was plan B. To plan “A,” he referred to mass protests that would force the head of government to resign.
On November 10, the Kremlin press service disseminated a joint statement of the presidents of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia on a cease-fire in Karabakh as of the same day. Azerbaijan and Armenia pledged to cease hostilities, hold their positions and exchange prisoners of war.
Following the signing of a joint statement by the presidents of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia on a ceasefire in Karabakh, protests were held in Yerevan. According to the document, Yerevan must return the Kelbajar, Lachin and Agdam districts to Baku. People dissatisfied with the signing of the trilateral agreement participate in the rallies. The protesters demand the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the nomination of former head of government Vazgen Manukyan to this post.