Armenian opposition going to ignore Yerevan administration’s ban

Armenian opposition going to ignore Yerevan administration’s ban

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian opposition is going to ignore Yerevan administration’s ban to hold a protest rally in Liberty Square.

“The decision of Yerevan Mayor’s Office doesn’t matter for us,” Arman Musinyan, a spokesman for the Armenian National Congress, told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter.

The Yerevan city administration prohibited the ANC to hold the rally planned for March 17 in Liberty Square, offering to gather nearby Matenadaran.

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