Russian media reported that the special police force of Armenia began to arrest demonstrators who blocked government buildings on December 24, and these demonstrators demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Paciniyan.
According to a report by Tass on the 24th, the Armenian special police force began to arrest demonstrators who blocked government buildings on the same day.
“In the morning, the cabinet members have entered the government building, and now our goal is to prevent them from leaving the building until Pasiniyan announces his resignation,” said Ishan Sagetlian, leader of the opposition party, the opposition group, the Armenian Revolutionary Union (Dashnaktsutyun), who organized the protest.
TASS reported that the streets near the government building were also blocked by protesters, and the situation remained tense.
On September 27 this year, a new round of conflict broke out between Armenia and Azerbaijan on the karabakh issue. In the end, Azerbaijan won the karabakh conflict and the Asia-Arab-Russia signed a ceasefire agreement on November 9.
The Russian Ministry of Defense released information on December 13 that the ceasefire agreement is currently in compliance with the entire line of contact in the karabakh region, and only one ceasefire agreement was violated in the Gadruz section on December 11.
After the signing of the ceasefire agreement, Pashiniyan has faced great political pressure in the past month.
Protests against Pashiniyan have continued, and the opposition has demanded the resignation of the Prime Minister to be held responsible for the failure of the karabakh War.