The Armenian law enforcement bodies intend to resume traffic on the currently-blocked Baghramyan Avenue in Yerevan, and have demanded that the demonstrators remove objects blocking the traffic on the Avenue.
The participants of the protest action against the increase of electricity tariffs in Armenia do not intend to negotiate with the police.
"The new coordinating group doesn’t intend to hold talks with the police on changing
The Armenian authorities will conduct an audit not only of the Electric Networks of Armenia company, but also of the State Commission on Regulation of Public Services, Deputy Prime Minister Vache Gabrielyan said.
The government will be
The Public Council of the Republic of Armenia supported the demonstrators participating in a rally on Baghramian Avenue in the center of Yerevan against the rising cost of electricity. "The Public Council of Armenia expresses its …
One cannot present ultimatums to the country’s president, the head of Armenian police, Lieutenant-General Vladimir Gasparyan, said. The protesters said they would agree to meet Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan if the …
Ten people were arrested in Armenia’s second largest city of Gyumri during the protests against the electricity price hike.
Their detention was explained by that the demonstrators parked their cars in the wrong place and blocked
A criminal case on charges of hooliganism has been launched in connection with the events which took place last night in Yerevan during a rally against the decision to raise electricity priced in Armenia, a source in the department said.