Civil Awakening in Armenia

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YEREVAN.- Armenia is experiencing civil awakening and our task is to turn that awakening into a concrete result,  Armenian MP Nikol Pashinyan told Armenian News.

Earlier it was reported that leader of the opposition movement, MP Nikol Pashinyan urged to continue civil disobedience starting from 10 am on Wednesday.

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YEREVAN.- Armenia is experiencing civil awakening and our task is to turn that awakening into a concrete result,  Armenian MP Nikol Pashinyan told Armenian News.

Earlier it was reported that leader of the opposition movement, MP Nikol Pashinyan urged to continue civil disobedience starting from 10 am on Wednesday.

Addressing a huge crowd at Republic Square, Pashinyan called to surround government buildings, close down streets and highways the way they did it on Tuesday.

The actions will start at France Square and will finish at Republic Square, Pashinyan said.

The opposition leader also called on prominent Diaspora Armenians Serj Tankian, Charles Aznavour and Arsinee Khanjian to join them at the square.

Pashinyan promised to set up a revolutionary committee that will be coordinating all actions. He said the opposition rallies will enter the second stage tomorrow, and the entire capital city will be paralyzed.

Human Rights Watch urges Armenia authorities not to obstruct free assemblies, demonstrations by peaceful demonstrators

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The Human Rights Watch international NGO has called on Armenian authorities not to obstruct the free assemblies and demonstrations by peaceful demonstrators

Speaking to the Voice of America Armenian Service, Giorgi Gogia, the South Caucasus Director of the Human Rights Watch, reflected on the latest domestic political developments taking place in Armenia.

Gogia noted that Armenia has a history of obstructing free assemblies and protest demonstrations by peaceful demonstrators as well as using disproportionate force against protesters, and said this has recurred this time as well.

As per Giorgi Gogia, this is why Human Rights Watch follows the domestic political developments in Armenia very closely, and it calls on the country’s authorities not to obstruct the free assemblies and demonstrations by peaceful demonstrators and to honor its respective international obligations.

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6 comments
  1. Չորրորդ բայց իսկական հանրապետութեան սկիզբը

     

    Ajman, UAE

  2. Serj Sargsyan the manipulator

    Armenia is falling in the same trap laid by Putin for Russia. Under the guise of full support from the Russian people, Putin will rule as the autocrat of Russia, for life.

    I see the same thing happening, with Serj Sargsyan, manipulating the parliament, his close colleagues, the oligarchs etc.to establish an authoritarian rule in Armenia.

  3. Donation to Police in Armenia

    Just announced at the Republic Square in Yerevan: A Diaspora compatriot will donate $10,000.00 (ten thousand) to the first police who joins the civic disobedience and each subsequent police will receive $2,000.00 (two thousand).

    Bravo!

  4. Re our state of Armenia at present

    I will donate too & if police joins our young & old demonstrators who are merely doing the right thing for our Motherland. Enough, milking & stripping our land & emptying our country from its people. Putin can go to hell & do what he wants with Russia, but Armenia belongs to Armenians. I will be joining my sisters & brothers in solidarity & support when I arrive in May 2018. Meanwhile, I would like to extend my support in any way or form possible. I am proud of our New Generation and 100% believe they are the ones to save our Motherland & our people. Apreq boloret. 

  5. You are not assisting the youth

    You are not assisting the youth by encouraging them to destroy, destruct, hurt our beloved fatherland. In fact, your one sided, subjective way of encouraging revolt is a shame to Armenian journalism. So many times we have thought, in whose service is keghart.com, which foreign agency.

    All those diaspora Armenians who are for democracy, freedom and against dictatorship in Armenia, let them think (not  only try) to topple governments in the countries they live in and see what may happen to them.

    Let citizens of Armenia solve their problems while we, diasporans see what we can do for democracy, human rights, etc. in the countries we are citizens of.

    Beirut, Lebanon

    1. Reply to Krikor Kradjian

      Krikor Kradjian, you did your best to cover up criminal Serzh Sargsyan in Diaspora. You have your share in his crime, and stop promoting this thug anymore. Diaspora is not naïve as you think. We see and hear everything. Enough is enough. We all say NO to the criminal regime of Serzh, and we all say NO to his criminal network in Diaspora.

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