Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan dismissed Chief of General Staff Gasparyan for the second time

LAST MINUTE NEWS: Prime Minister of Armenia Pashinyan announces early elections date

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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced the date of early elections.

Pashinyan announced that early elections will be held on June 20.

Romanos Petrosyan, a member of the “My Name Party” led by Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, stated that the decision to hold early parliamentary elections will be announced.

Answering the questions of journalists after the cabinet meeting the other day, Petrosyan said, “We are preparing for early elections. I think the decision and date of early elections will be announced today or tomorrow”.


Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has faced calls for resignation since last November, when he accepted a Russian-mediated ceasefire that halted the six-week-long conflict between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.


Chief of General Staff Gasparyan and senior commanders signed a declaration calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Pashinyan on February 25 and handed Pashinyan a memorandum.

Pashinyan immediately announced that he had dismissed Chief of General Staff Gasparyan.

President Sargsyan, who had a pro-opposition stance, did not sign the decree on Gasparyan’s dismissal.

Pashinyan described the army commanders’ calls for resignation as a “coup attempt”.

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