YEREVAN.- People have something to say and they speak up, the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said at a press conference on Tuesday, speaking about protest actions held every day in different parts of the country.
Pashinyan noted that he does not see anything wrong with these protest actions. “I see nothing wrong with that. People are in a state of tension all the time. People have something to say and they speak up, "the PM noted.
He also expressed confidence that representatives of the previous authorities would not be able to get people to their feet.