by Ashot Safaryan
The Council of Field Commanders of Artsakh War Veterans considers the Prime Minister's resignation to be result of consolidated activities of the 4 non-coalition parliamentary forces and the "I'm Against" movement. The Artsakh war veterans think that it is the resolute actions of the specified forces that made the authorities "sacrifice" Tigran Sargsyan.
"We welcome the will and determination of the non-coalition forces. In the meantime, we urge them go the extra mile and continue the fight to gain total power change and achieve system changes. We are convinced that the fight for these changes will not develop into a fight for power", they say.
Armenia's Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan resigned on Apr 3 without clear explanations. President Serzh Sargsyan is now supposed to appoint new PM within 10 days.
Among the possible candidates are Speaker of the Armenian Parliament Hovik Abrayhamyan, Secretary of the National Security Council Artur Baghdasaryan, Deputy Prime Minister Armen Gevorgyan, Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan and Head of the President's Staff Vigen Sargsyan.