It was announced that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who did not resist the reactions in Armenia after the defeat from Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh war, decided to resign.
The “resignation” calls of the opposition, which started for months after the war defeat in the country, were answered.
Pashinyan, who previously announced that he would go to the ballot box on 20 June, announced that he would resign in April.
Speaking to the Russian media, Pashinyan said, “I will resign for early elections in April. I will continue to act as prime minister in this period.”
THE ARMY HAS DELIVERED
The Armenian army demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the government in February. Pashinyan said that there was a coup attempt in the country, and announced that he dismissed the Chief of General Staff.
Armenian President Armen Sargsyan, on the other hand, did not sign the document regarding the dismissal of the Chief of General Staff.