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The purpose of the protest actions in Yerevan is to create as many inconveniences as possible for citizens and society as a whole, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at the National Assembly during the government hour on Wednesday, answering questions from deputies from the ruling Civil Contract party.

The situation, he said, has ceased to be political.

"It is rather logistical... The opposition had a whole month to convey its messages to the public by all means and mechanisms. In general, the purpose of such actions is to involve society in the process and form a political demand. However, this never happened," he said.

Now, as the prime minister noted, the processes are not against the authorities, but against society.

"The idea of ​​the opposition is that if people do not join it, then it creates more inconvenience for society and more traffic jams in the capital," Pashinyan added.

According to Pashinyan, the organizers of the protest actions seem to be taking revenge on citizens for refusing to join them, as well as for the results of last year's parliamentary elections. In addition, he is convinced that opponents, by such behavior, lower their own rating.

"And in this sense, they should not interfere," said the Prime Minister.

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