Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has announced his resignation from the June 20th parliamentary elections.
Following his heavy defeat from Azerbaijan, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who was declared a ‘traitor’ in his country after signing the Karabakh agreement, announced his expected resignation.
Pashinyan announced his resignation from the June 20th parliamentary elections. As months of opposition calls for “resignation” after the war defeat in the country finally answered, Pashinian said, “I will resign in April. However, I will not do this to leave power, but to hold early elections.”
Armenia’s military demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the government in February. Pashinyan said he had dismissed the Chief of Staff, saying there had been an attempted coup in the country. Armenian President Armen Sarkisian did not sign the document regarding the dismissal of the Chief of Staff.