» A hand left in the air in Yerevan and Moscow. Pashinyan's agenda has been rejected

A hand left in the air in Yerevan and Moscow. Pashinyan's agenda has been rejected

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On the New Year, Nikol Pashinyan initiated consultations with political forces in order to hold snap parliamentary elections at least to get their approval.

The meeting took place first with the second political force of the parliament, PAP leader Gagik Tsarukyan, then with LHP leader Edmon Marukyan. Nikol Pashinyan, of course, met with several other newly formed extra-parliamentary forces that have little political weight, but it was clear that these meetings were formal, just to provide a beautiful external facade to the process.

Pashinyan understands very well that snap elections are inevitable, at the same time he wants to hold those elections for a reason known as his prime ministership. Pashinyan knows that without the use of administrative resources, the political team he leads will not be able to win. This is what the opposition forces understand, that is why they are pushing for the formation of an interim government before the elections.