“I watched dozens of videos of military personnel from the front line. I am struck by the thoughtfulness of the guys. You guys are right. I am waiting for you in Yerevan to finally resolve the issues with the whining under the walls,'' Pashinyan said.
“Subscribers of the politician criticized, noting that the protesters are also Armenian people,” said the Armenian PM.
The Prime Minister's call for revenge and aggression has confused Armenia. Not only Armenian people, but the whole society is against Pashinyan. Politicians fear that such thinking will create a civil war in the country.
Interestingly, Pashinyan's own team is also against him. Yesterday, Head of the Office of Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Avinyan Varag Siseryan announced his resignation and resignation from the ruling party after the statements of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Siseryan announced this on the Facebook social network.
In addition, after Pashinyan’s statements, Armenian parliamentary deputy from the ruling My Step faction Gayane Abrahamyan refused her mandate. Another MP from My Step, Taguhi Tovmasyan, announced on Facebook that she is leaving the ruling faction.
Armenian Ombudsman Arman Tatoyan has already called this statement by Pashinyan “a call for civil clashes”, stressing that such statements “are especially dangerous in these crucial days.”