the police suppressed the protests of the supporters of the Chairman of the opposition party “prosperous Armenia” Gagik Tsarukyan. People came to the headquarters of the national security Service in Yerevan after searches of the opposition, who has previously called on the government led by Nikol Pashinyan to resign because of his “failed policies”, reports “Interfax”.
Of the roughly 500 protesters detained not less than 90, writes TASS.
On Tsarukyan opened a criminal case on illegal gambling. Damage to the state estimated at $60 million for the Opponent Pashinian called his political persecution.
Nikol Pashinyan came to power after the “velvet revolution” in 2018, under pressure from protesters around him, his post was forced to leave President Serzh Sargsyan. Pashinyan gave the Prime Minister’s office.
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