The leader of the opposition met with the President of Armenia
The leader of the Armenian opposition Nikol Pashinyan announced in Facebook that he met with President Armen Sargsyan and discussed with him the situation in the Republic and possible ways out of the crisis.
“Mr. Sargsyan also brought with him documents that were deprived of British citizenship in December 2011,” — said Mr. Pashinyan.
Earlier in the week Nikol Pashinyan promised to meet with the President to discuss ways out of the crisis, if he will “prove that renounced citizenship of Britain.” He has previously stated that due to British passports Mr. Sargsyan should not be President of Armenia.
On the background of mass protests in April, the resignation of the President and Prime Minister of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan. The opposition rallies continue. Nikol Pashinyan said he intends to continue mass protests until he will appoint interim Prime Minister. The ruling Republican party agreed to early parliamentary elections, but to appoint Mr. Pashinian Prime Minister refused.