Opposition protesters march to Armenian president’s residence

Armenia –

Opposition demonstrators marched from Yerevan’s France Square to the Armenian president's residence at 26 Baghramyan Avenue on Friday morning to lay out their demands.

Addressing demonstrators, opposition Hayastan faction MP Gegham Manukyan said that Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda was expected to arrive there for talks with the Armenian president.

The Armenian opposition launched a large-scale civil disobedience campaign on 2 May aimed at forcing PM Nikol Pashinyan from office.

“We are going to present out demands, highlighting that Nikol has no mandate to negotiate [with Azerbaijan] on behalf of Armenia and Artsakh, while European countries turn a blind eye to the manifestations of dictatorship in Armenia,” Manukyan said.

Addressing a rally on Thursday evening, opposition leader Ishkhan Saghatelyan said that protesters would not block roads in Yerevan on Friday. Other acts of civil disobedience will take place in the capital to culminate in another rally at 7pm.

Opposition protesters march to Armenian president’s residence

Armenia –

Opposition demonstrators marched from Yerevan’s France Square to the Armenian president's residence at 26 Baghramyan Avenue on Friday morning to lay out their demands.

Addressing demonstrators, opposition Hayastan faction MP Gegham Manukyan said that Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda was expected to arrive there for talks with the Armenian president.

The Armenian opposition launched a large-scale civil disobedience campaign on 2 May aimed at forcing PM Nikol Pashinyan from office.

“We are going to present out demands, highlighting that Nikol has no mandate to negotiate [with Azerbaijan] on behalf of Armenia and Artsakh, while European countries turn a blind eye to the manifestations of dictatorship in Armenia,” Manukyan said.

Addressing a rally on Thursday evening, opposition leader Ishkhan Saghatelyan said that protesters would not block roads in Yerevan on Friday. Other acts of civil disobedience will take place in the capital to culminate in another rally at 7pm.

Opposition protesters march to Armenian president’s residence

Armenia –

Opposition demonstrators marched from Yerevan’s France Square to the Armenian president's residence at 26 Baghramyan Avenue on Friday morning to lay out their demands.

Addressing demonstrators, opposition Hayastan faction MP Gegham Manukyan said that Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda was expected to arrive there for talks with the Armenian president.

The Armenian opposition launched a large-scale civil disobedience campaign on 2 May aimed at forcing PM Nikol Pashinyan from office.

“We are going to present out demands, highlighting that Nikol has no mandate to negotiate [with Azerbaijan] on behalf of Armenia and Artsakh, while European countries turn a blind eye to the manifestations of dictatorship in Armenia,” Manukyan said.

Addressing a rally on Thursday evening, opposition leader Ishkhan Saghatelyan said that protesters would not block roads in Yerevan on Friday. Other acts of civil disobedience will take place in the capital to culminate in another rally at 7pm.