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YEREVAN. – Once in Yerevan, Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan plans to start talks with the heads of parliamentary factions to dissolve the parliament.

Armenian PM stated this during his closed meeting in the Yale club in New York, political scientist Hayk Martirosyan wrote on Facebook.

During the meeting PM Pashinyan said that the developments show that it is necessary to make this step as soon as possible, Martirosyan wrote.  

“Obviously, this is due not only to the more and more aggressive position of the Republican Party of Armenia, but also to the absolute victory of the Civil Contract in the elections to the Council of Elders of Yerevan,” he wrote.

In addition, it is noted that the system of transitional justice will not be in the form of extraordinary courts, but there would be “an instrument that will allow studying the origin of illegal amounts”.

“Obviously, this is not the model of transitional justice that will cut the Gordian knot, and judges who committed violations will lose their jobs massively,” he said.

During the meeting, the defeat of other forces participating in the elections to the Council of Elders of Yerevan was discussed.

It also became clear that the PM does not take seriously concerns about his security and believes that the prime minister can move freely around his own city.

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