France 24: Armenian PM Pashinyan calls military’s demand he resign ‘an attempted coup’
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Thursday addressed thousands of allies who answered his call to rally in the capital Yerevan in a show of support after the military called for his resignation.
Pashinyan told the army to do its job and defend the country, and said that Armenians would not allow a military coup to take place.
He said the question of his resignation could only be decided by the people.
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WNU Editor: The Prime minister has fired the military chief …. Armenia’s Army chief to be dismissed (Armenia Public Radio). The Armenian General staff have responded …. Armenian general staff doubles down on call to PM, government to quit (TASS).
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