Edgar Ghazaryan: Relatives of war victims should demand answers from person responsible for situation at Feb. 20 rally

Panorama, Armenia
Feb 17 2021

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, former Chief of Staff of Armenia’s Constitutional Court Edgar Ghazaryan states that every Armenian citizen who was at Yerevan’s Republic Square during the anti-government protests on 23 April 2018, must also join the nationwide rally in the Armenian capital on February 20 to demand Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's resignation.

"Unfortunately, there may have been people among them who were killed in the [recent Artsakh] war. All their relatives should come and, in my opinion, demand answers from the person who is responsible for the current situation," Ghazaryan told a news conference on Wednesday.

According to him, people must find inner strength, overcome severe stress and restore rule of law in Armenia.

"The power in Armenia belongs to the people. In the history of Armenia, there should not be even one ruler whose will, wishes and influence on the people have bigger role than the opposite," he said.

The rally organized by the Homeland Salvation Movement will be held at Liberty Square on February 20, at 3pm.

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