In Armenia the ruling coalition fell apart

In Armenia the ruling coalition fell apart

Armenian revolutionary Federation “Dashnaktsutyun” (ARF) announced the withdrawal from the agreement on a coalition partnership with the ruling Republican party.


As reports “Interfax” with reference to the statement of the ARF, the party believes that the crisis should not be delayed. “There may be a serious threat. The expected resolution of the situation exclusively within the framework of the Constitution and the law”, — noted in party.

The ARF notes that the National Assembly should elect the Prime Minister, “credible people”. The party also said that the new Prime Minister formed the government needs to develop a program whose aim should be to defuse the political tension, political crisis, guaranteeing the solution of the existing problems and the preparation and holding of early parliamentary elections in democratic conditions.

From April 13 Aravanopoulos protests. The demonstrators opposed the election of former President, member of the Republican party Serzh Sargsyan as Prime Minister. However, after his resignation, an opposition MP Nikol Pashinyan said about “continuing revolution.” Acting Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan proposed to be held in Armenia’s elections.

On the situation in Armenia read in the article “Kommersant” “there will be no interruption to the logical conclusion of our revolution”.