» Why didn't the military remove Pashinyan from power after November 9 in Armenia? What does the experience of the world suggest?

Why didn't the military remove Pashinyan from power after November 9 in Armenia? What does the experience of the world suggest?

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Many people raise this issue today, noting that leaving a defeated leader in power was no less a disgrace than losing this kind of war.

Let's try to analyze this issue, taking into account the world experience.

Why are military coups taking place in other countries?

Military coups are common in many countries in transition.

Prolonged economic and political crisis, the inability of the civilian government to overcome it, the danger of the country's fragmentation, and chronic political instability are the main sources of military intervention. This is the path taken by Asia, Africa, Latin America and even some European countries.

Taiwan և South Korea, Singapore և Philippines, Thailand և Cambodia, Indonesia և Pakistan, Burma and Bangladesh, Iraq և Syria, Algeria, Egypt և Libya, Nigeria, Somalia, China, Ethiopia, China , Bolivia, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Cuba, etc.