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YEREVAN. - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's press secretary Vladimir Karapetyan sees no signs of pending personnel “massacre.” He said this in a conversation with reporters today, commenting on yesterday's statement by the Prime Minister that the state system is resisting the revolution.

Asked if the announcement was evidence of a pending personnel “massacre,” Karapetyan said: “I don't know what you're talking about. The head of government has repeatedly said that 95 percent and more of public servants are from the predecessors, but no personnel ‘massacres’ have occurred; and I don't think there are any signs of it. The Prime Minister expressed his attitude towards the processes, and I think we will all come to conclusions about his approaches."

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