A procession from the Resistance Movement approached the government building.
A reinforced police cordon met the protesters there.
This rally is timed to coincide with the visit of the President of Montenegro. A meeting between the acting Prime Minister and the President of Montenegro will be held in the government.
"We are going to say that the prime minister sitting in the chair has no mandate from the people, that he does not represent the Armenian people, that any of his agreements are nothing, and he is illegitimate," deputy speaker of the National Assembly, deputy from the "Armenia" bloc Ishkhan Saghatelyan said earlier.
People flooding the square in front of the government building chanted "Armenia without Nikol!" "Let the international community know - you don't have a mandate from the people of Armenia," Saghatelyan said.
"Traitor, get out," the citizens supported with chanting.
Deputies and activists once again stood between the police and the people to avoid provocations and incidents.
To note, when the procession approached the square, the police tried to force it to take a specific route. People refused, then the organizers of the procession tried to negotiate with the police how they would approach the building. However, while the negotiations continued, people simply walked toward the building and the police could not stop them.