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21 May 2018


Opposition leader says ready to be Armenia’s premier

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Leader of the Armenian opposition Nikol Pashinyan told reporters at a news conference on Tuesday that he is ready to become Armenia’s prime minister, if this is the will of the people.

Axar.az informs citing TASS.

"I have already said that I am prepared to assume responsibility and become the premier, if this is the will of the people. Anyway, none of the Republican Party representatives will become prime minister. Their rule is over. I call on Karen Karapetyan not to try to retain power. Tomorrow we should discuss the peaceful transition of power," Pashinyan said.

Pashinyan told reporters he is going to propose a candidate for Armenia’s prime minister at a rally.

"We will arrange that on the square. We will just ask or propose a candidate, and the people will [vote] with their response and their voices," he said.

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2018.04.24 / 21:25
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