Members of Nikol Pashinyan’s Civil Contract party have set up a large outdoor screen broadcasting a live feed from the parliament in Yerevan.
He also called on Armenians living overseas to launch a great repatriation drive that will result in a better demographic picture in Armenia.
Armenia’s National Assembly is now in special session.
They’ve come to follow today’s election for prime minister that will take place at noon today at the National Assembly.
Anti-government protest leader Nikol Pashinyan was waiting at Zvartnots Airport to welcome him.
Leila became an overnight celebrity in Armenia and was nicknamed the “revolutionary grandma” on social websites.
“The young people are well organized. They don’t wait to be told what to do,” said Siranoush, adding that volunteers and municipal employees are working together to clean the square.
When asked if he might invite RPA members to join his government, Pashinyan said that the country’s next prime minister must be elected “without preconditions”.
On May 1, when the National Assembly voted to select Armenia’s next prime minister, Vardanyan stated that he would abstain from voting.