YEREVAN. – Members of the #SutNikol initiative have been released from downtown capital city Yerevan’s Kentron Department of Armenia’s Police.
Nine people were brought to the police station for committing an act specified by the Code on Administrative Offenses; that is, violating the rules for using public places, Police informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.
All those who were brought to the police station were released.
As reported earlier, early Monday morning, the #SutNikol initiative’s coordinators, as well as its live broadcasting operator, were taken to a police station in downtown Yerevan.
Since early morning, they and several other youth were carrying out a protest action in the streets of Yerevan, and against Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, and covering the city with graffiti that reads “#SutNikol;” meaning “untrue Nikol.”