"The Republican Party is thinking about taking advantage of Serzh Sargsyan's resignation and wants to keep power", Pashinyan said in a video appeal posted on Facebook on April 24.
Pashinyan sported his trademark khaki-coloured T-shirt and clutched a megaphone as protesters chanted "Nikol for prime minister" and "We are the masters of our country".
Pashinyan's renewed protests came after negotiations with acting Prime Minister Karen Karapetian aimed at defusing tensions, originally scheduled for April 25, were called off, with Karapetian saying he rejected preconditions laid down by Pashinyan. He vowed to complete his declared "velvet revolution" one day after forcing the HHK's chairman, Serzh Sarkisian, to resign as prime minister. In her Instagram account she chose to comment on the protests, which continued in Yerevan and many other major cities of Armenia more than a week.
Despite the resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, the protesters claim that their requirements are not executed to the end. All the Armenians joined in the peaceful protests that changed the situation.
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In a surprise move, Sarkisian, who served as president for a decade, stood down as prime minister just a week after being elected by parliament, following days of protests by demonstrators who accused him of a blatant power grab.
"Medvedev expressed support to the friendly Armenian people and stressed the importance of preserving the situation in the legal constitutional field", the Russian government said in a statement. According to his press office, all the participants shared the opinion that the issues should be solved within the confines of the Constitution, including snap parliamentary elections, "and in case of necessity there will be amendments in the Electoral Code". He said he specifically demanded that the talks involve not only Karapetian but also parliament speaker Ara Babloyan and the parliamentary leader of the ruling Republican Party (HHK), Vahram Baghdasarian.
Russian Federation - which has a military base in Armenia - earlier said it was watching the situation "very closely" but reiterated it would not interfere.