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Iravunk: Armenia’s opposition forces are “busy” with talks
“As a result of these talks-discussions amongst themselves, these forces are attempting to at least form a preliminary understanding as to the tactic they will use, first, in the local government, and, based upon this, in the  presidential elections.
The sources claim that, in terms of strategy, the main emphasis will be placed on the fact that what success the [Prosperous Armenia Party] PAP will achieve in the local government elections, and how much it will wish to ‘put them to use’ in the general case of a revolution.
The same sources also say that the primary motivators of these meetings are Britain’s representatives in Armenia, who pledge to already ‘prompt’—based on these results—the name of the [opposition’s] single candidate [for the presidency],” Iravunk writes.