Preamble: This article continues Boris Rozhin’s analysis of the protests in Yerevan, and his initial thoughts on the subject can be found here. As the situation continues to develop rapidly, some of the conclusions may appear out of date, but are nevertheless valuable considerations to keep in mind as we observe the continuation of the protest actions that started in the middle of June. Slavyangrad.org will continue to publish materials on the subject as matters evolve.
The sit-in protest in Yerevan, which threatened to escalate into a political revolution was largely dispersed by the Armenian police on June 23, 2015.
The dispersal of protestors in Yerevan (Kommersant.ru).
During the dispersal of the protest rally in Yerevan, over 20 people were wounded and approximately 250 were detained. Around-the-clock protest actions against the…
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