In Yerevan, protesters against Pashinyan take to the streets again

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In Yerevan, protesters against Pashinyan take to the streets again

At the building of the Armenian parliament in Yerevan, people gathered again, advocating the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.

RIA Novosti reports.

It is specified that the demonstrators have already blocked the entire central Baghramyan avenue adjacent to the building of the legislative body.

The parliament building itself is cordoned off by the police.

According to one of the opposition leaders, such actions will be held until the country's authorities resign.

On December 8, participants in anti-government actions blocked the movement of the Yerevan metro.

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