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In Armenia, oppositionists named a candidate to replace Pashinyan

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A single candidate from 16 Armenian opposition parties for the post of prime minister has been determined. In Armenia, oppositionists have named a candidate to replace Nikol Pashinyan.


This person, according to sources in Armenia, will be Vazgen Manukyan. Many in the republic believe that his appointment as prime minister will be a restoration historical justice. They are sure that Manukyan won the elections back in 1996, but did not come to power due to the falsifications organized by the then President of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosyan.

Previously, Manukyan held high and responsible posts in the republic. He managed to be prime minister, head of the Ministry of Defense, chairman of the Public Council. He is considered a compromise candidate, whose appointment suits representatives of all opposition parties in Armenia.

Armenian newspaper "Hraparak" reported that the future potential prime minister will have to organize early elections in the country. At the same time, neither he nor representatives of his political movement have the right to run.

He must play the role of a unique arbiter, giving everyone an equal opportunity.

- says the newspaper.
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  1. APASUS
    APASUS 3 December 2020 11: 50
    +6
    And that Pashinyan resigned? Remember Saakashvili, and so he was not kicked out of his chair yet, he himself did not leave!
    1. Kuroneko
      Kuroneko 3 December 2020 12: 07
      +2
      Quote: APASUS
      And that Pashinyan resigned?

      No, this rat grabbed the chair tightly. But most likely, he will not sit until the expiration of his term of office. Too many people are angry with him - including from government agencies and security officials.
    2. Sergey39
      Sergey39 3 December 2020 12: 24
      -8
      The opposition leader is still needed. Without a leader, any struggle is meaningless. As in Russia, for example. The opposition has no leader.
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 3 December 2020 12: 37
        +11
        Quote: Sergey39
        Without a leader, any struggle is meaningless. As in Russia, for example. The opposition has no leader.

        There is no opposition in Russia. What is now presented as a non-systemic opposition is a bitter laughing stock. Failed officials, thieving businessmen, critics with a train of criminal cases and even a business woman from House 2, it's just horror. Who to go there, for clowns like in Ukraine ?
        1. Sergey39
          Sergey39 3 December 2020 12: 43
          0
          So it is so, but if in Armenia they seriously decided to remove Pashinyan, then they need a "banner of revolution" - a person who can really lead the country.
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 3 December 2020 12: 48
            0
            Quote: Sergey39
            So it is so, but if in Armenia they seriously decided to remove Pashinyan, then they need a "banner of revolution" - a person who can really lead the country.

            In Armenia, it will be like in Ukraine. People will vote on the contrary, anyone, but not Pashinyan. The opposition should always have a leader, and not only when the chair under Pashinyan swayed
            1. Vladimir Mashkov
              Vladimir Mashkov 3 December 2020 19: 07
              0
              A normal move and a reasonable decision after an emotional buzz. Manukyan is good as a transitional prime minister.

              Pashinyan, of course, is a downed pilot = a lame duck = a scapegoat. And rightly so, let him be responsible for his mediocre failed policy mixed with blood!

              Rђ RІRѕS, who will be elected permanent Prime Minister is a mystery. I think it should be truly, without a stone in his bosom, pro-Russian: salvation and single opportunity for Armenia to survive and stand in the world - in close alliance with Russia. Will they realize this and will they be able to win most Armenians - we'll see. For example, I really like Vanetsyan ...
              1. Stock
                Stock 3 December 2020 20: 21
                0
                I doubt the Anglo-Saxons will surrender without a fight. Quite a large part of the population believes that Russia has betrayed them. The Americans can use the French, who are popular now and have tried to at least pretend that they don't care. So it just won't
      2. Incvizitor
        Incvizitor 3 December 2020 14: 04
        +2
        There is no opposition in Russia either.
        1. Grits
          Grits 3 December 2020 15: 04
          +2
          Quote: Incvizitor
          There is no opposition in Russia either.

          But what about this ... not poisoned?
          This is how I imagine a poster - Alyosha with a fiery gaze directed forward into a bright European future. Holds on to the staff of a proudly unfurled rainbow banner and tramples on the debris of the hated regime in the form of broken "Zircons" and "Calibers"
        2. Sergey39
          Sergey39 3 December 2020 18: 01
          -1
          Quote: Incvizitor
          There is no opposition in Russia either.

          In Russia there is an operetta non-systemic opposition, which is not capable of anything real, there is a systemic opposition, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Liberal Democratic Party, etc., the same operetta, but there is a serious liberal-democratic opposition within the government itself. And in Armenia, let them figure out for themselves, under whose leadership they should go to a bright future.
    3. Berkut752
      Berkut752 3 December 2020 14: 42
      -1
      Jews cling to power tightly, sometimes they are ready to chop down, only to keep the power.
      And about the "sweet rolls", so they are with needles inside ...............
  2. Thrifty
    Thrifty 3 December 2020 11: 52
    -1
    If only there was a sense, otherwise the soro-worshiper pushed the Armenians against Russia, our language, like the media, forbade! So we'll see if someone will replace the Pashinyans, and how their new leader will behave in relation to Russia.
    1. ankir13
      ankir13 3 December 2020 12: 03
      +11
      The Armenians self-monitored against Russia long before Pashinyan, from that the soro-worshiper came to power there, he is not the reason, he is the result. Who dragged him to power? The Armenians were dragging them, accompanied by shouts: "Russians get out of Armenia". We thought the American buns would be sweet ... And it looks like it turned out, again the sultan with the scimitar loomed ... The short memory was lengthened ..
    2. Lara Croft
      Lara Croft 3 December 2020 20: 16
      -1
      Quote: Thrifty
      If only there was a good sense, otherwise the soro-worshiper set up Armenians against Russia

      Not for free, of course, but he came to power on the wave of European integration, in which he was supported by the people of Armenia without his voters, he would not have come to power ...
      our language, like the media banned!

      Why are you lying? The Russian language is not prohibited, it just has no state or state communication status like in Kazakhstan or Kyrgyzstan, for example ...
      About the media,. Free only national media have the right to broadcast, all media from other states for money (except for the MIR TV channel belonging to the CIS), well, in the Russian Federation there is also no free broadcasting - BBC, CNN, etc.
      So we'll see if anyone will replace Pashinyan,

      Soros invested in him, so he will squeeze everything out of him ...
      So we'll see if anyone will replace Pashinyan

      Well, someday it will probably change ...
      and how their new leader will behave in relation to Russia.

      He will hardly think about the interests of the Russian Federation more than the "Dashnaks" and the "Soros"
  3. Kuroneko
    Kuroneko 3 December 2020 12: 04
    0
    These Petrosyans are everywhere (I respect the Soviet grandmaster Petrosyan, I analyzed a lot of his interesting games). By the way, who knows? Do Armenians have surnames that do not end with "-yan"?
    1. newcomer
      newcomer 3 December 2020 12: 26
      +1
      There are, but few, mainly in the diaspora_ yants. What does it matter to you? And yes, I will add: "Petrosyans" write with a capital letter.
    2. Sergej1972
      Sergej1972 3 December 2020 17: 35
      0
      "Yants" is the ending. Some Armenians, mainly from Azerbaijan, have an Armenian root in their surname, but the ending in "ov". Arutyunov, Ambartsumov. By the way, Moldovans have surnames with "yang". Muntian, for example.
      1. newcomer
        newcomer 3 December 2020 18: 13
        +1
        There are also endings _cy. Also older of the Cilician surnames: Martunetsi, Karsci.
    3. faterdom
      faterdom 3 December 2020 21: 34
      0
      There is. Avakov, for example.
  4. Bolo
    Bolo 3 December 2020 13: 05
    +2
    And the Armenians from Sochi, Moscow and other cities of Russia have something to say about this or their homeland is where there is a Moscow market with a warm stall, huh?
  5. Naughty
    Naughty 3 December 2020 13: 22
    +1
    He must play the role of a unique arbiter, giving everyone an equal opportunity.


    History does not teach anything about Armenians
  6. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 3 December 2020 15: 45
    -1
    laughingIn place of the Bad Clown, they found even worse. The humpback grave will fix it.
  7. kit88
    kit88 3 December 2020 16: 38
    +7
    And where is the magpie?
  8. iouris
    iouris 3 December 2020 18: 44
    0
    It is not difficult to change Pashinyan. He is nobody. But it is impossible to fix the heaped up (if the goal is this). What's the goal?
  9. nnz226
    nnz226 3 December 2020 19: 25
    0
    The Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee of the 80s of the last century rules!
  10. Lara Croft
    Lara Croft 3 December 2020 19: 59
    -1
    He managed to be prime minister, head Ministry of Defense,

    Accordingly, he has part of the responsibility for Armenia's loss in the last war for the NKR ...