The police won’t use force because the rally on February 20 will be so large that there won’t be enough police troops. This is what candidate of the opposition for Prime Minister of Armenia Vazgen Manukyan told reporters at Liberty Square in Yerevan.
Asked what preconditions there are for a large rally, Manukyan said Armenia’s terrible defeat in the war and several pieces of evidence showing what happened during the war and what could have been done to prevent the war are the preconditions.
“Let’s assume Nikol Pashinyan stays in power. What will happen in Armenia? Armenians will have a leader who goes around with armored vests and dozens of cars and a leader who is viewed as a wretched leader abroad,” he said.
Asked if there are groups and squads that will visit the houses of deputies and high-ranking police officers as he had declared during the previous rally, Manukyan said he will make the proposal to his colleagues on Feb. 20.