In social networks and mass media reported about protesters blocking streets in Yerevan
Users of social networks and media reported protesters blocking streets in Yerevan during the discussion in Parliament of a question on deprivation of parliamentary immunity of the head of the opposition parliamentary faction of "prosperous Armenia" Gagik Tsarukyan.
One of the users posted Facebook photos of the tunnel in the center of the capital, partitioned bus.
According to Sputnik Armenia, trucks with logos of Tsarukyan's concern "Multi group" blocked part of the street Acharyan on the outskirts of Yerevan. Drivers and many citizens expressed support for the leader of the party "prosperous Armenia", says the Agency. Online edition aysor. am.am reports about blocking the road leading to the outskirts of Yerevan Myasnikyan Avenue.
The Armenian Prosecutor General's office intends to involve the head of the party "prosperous Armenia" Gagik Tsarukyan under article "complicity in bribe voters, violations of the ban on charity during elections or obstructing free expression of will of voters". The Department argued that sane Tsarukyan act was committed in the run-up to parliamentary elections on 2 April 2017. The consequence of suspects policy in creating an organized group to bribe the voters.
The public Prosecutor has asked Parliament to authorize the prosecution of Tsarukyan. At the Parliament building gathered supporters of the Deputy.
The police pulled the power to the Parliament building and the adjacent squares, preventing the rally. Their actions law enforcement authorities motivate the ban on mass actions in conditions of emergency imposed because of the pandemic coronavirus.
On the fifth of June at a meeting of the political Council of the party Tsarukyan proposed to change the government at 100%. According to him, the main problem is that in government there are no experienced people. The Deputy refers to actions of law enforcement authorities as political persecution.
The party "prosperous Armenia" political force with a liberal slant - was created by Tsarukian in 2004. In the current Parliament, Prosperous Armenia owns 25 seats out of 132.