Armenia: Standoff Between Prime Minister and Parliament Could Trigger a Fresh Political Showdown

Oct 4, 2018 | 18:42 GMT

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian said on Oct. 3 that he rejects claims by the ruling Republican Party that parliamentary elections should be held in May or June of 2019, calling for them to be held much earlier -- in December of this year. Pashinian said his country was in "a political crisis" and added that "We are going to resolve that crisis." The Republican Party, meanwhile, has insisted that the government be given a "reasonable time frame" to prepare for elections....

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