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US News Armenian opposition gives Prime Minister ultimatum to resign

14:30  25 february  2021
14:30  25 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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An open power struggle between the government and the opposition has broken out in Armenia: The largest opposition party Blooming Armenia gave Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan an ultimatum on Thursday to resign. "We call on Nikol Pashinyan not to lead the country into civil war and to avoid bloodshed," the party said in a statement. "Pashinyan has one last chance to avoid unrest."

Die größte Oppositionspartei Blühendes Armenien, die seit Monaten auf den Rücktritt von Regierungschef Nikol Paschinjan drängt, stellte diesem am Donnerstag ein Ultimatum. © - The largest opposition party Blooming Armenia, which has been pushing for the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan for months, gave him an ultimatum on Thursday.

The head of government accused his country's armed forces of attempting a coup on Thursday. He regards a statement by the General Staff calling on the government to resign "as an attempted military coup," Pashinyan said on the online service Facebook. He also announced the dismissal of the Chief of Staff Onik Gasparian.

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Later, Pashinyan and his supporters marched through the streets of the capital, Yerevan. "The situation is tense, but we have to agree that there should be no clashes," he called to his supporters. The political instability "can be brought under control".


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The head of government has been criticized for months for approving a ceasefire agreement with Azerbaijan brokered by Moscow in November. The agreement between the hostile neighboring states ended the six weeks of heavy fighting in the Caucasus region of Nagorno-Karabakh, but resulted in significant territorial losses for Armenia. According to both sides, around 6,000 people were killed during the fighting.

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