Armenian opposition demands Pashinyan's resignation

Armenian opposition demands Pashinyan's resignation

Armenian opposition demands Pashinyan's resignation

Opposition blamed Pashinyan for the military defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh

The opposition demanded the urgent creation of a new executive body capable of making a breakthrough in the situation.

Responsibility for the military defeat of Armenia in the Nagorno-Karabakh lies with the Prime Minister of the Republic Nikol Pashinyan and the government headed by him. This is stated in a statement signed by 17 opposition parties of Armenia, Interfax news agency reported on Monday, November 9.

“In order to prevent irreversible losses, we demand the voluntary removal of Prime Minister Pashinyan, who is responsible for the current catastrophic situation, and his government without upheavals,” the statement said.

The opposition demanded the urgent creation of a new executive body capable of making a breakthrough in the situation and solving military-political problems.

The statement is dictated by the confidence that in the new situation the Armenian army and the united Armenian people will be able to ensure a turning point in the war, the opposition says.

The authors of the statement stressed that in the days of the war they made many proposals to the authorities, urging them to make a breakthrough on the political, diplomatic and military fronts, which remained unanswered.

“The steps taken by the authorities are incommensurate with the threat to the survival of our people. During this period, the authorities demonstrated an obvious inability to withstand internal and external challenges. Human and territorial losses, defective relations with allies, primarily with the Russian Federation, make it obvious that the current government is bankrupt, ”the statement said.

As reported, the Azerbaijani army occupied three villages in the Lachin region, through which passes the eponymous mountain corridor connecting the self-proclaimed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic with Armenia.

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