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The participants of Armenia’s opposition Resistance Movement on Tuesday marched toward the Constitutional Court, then to the presidential residence, after which they reached nearby the National Assembly building.

"Today I would have very much liked to congratulate all of us on the occasion of Constitution Day. Today is not only Constitution Day, but also of our coat of arms, our flag. Unfortunately, these authorities have defiled the Constitution, the coat of arms, and the flag for four years. (…) The ‘scarecrow’ holding the post of Prime Minister has gone and is feeding deer today. I have come here to feed his ‘cattle,’" a demonstrator said.

Also, he was holding a tree branch.

"I am leaving this here so that his ‘backpacks,’ ‘cattle’ come out and eat this grass," he added.

Also, participants of the Resistance Movement protest left the photos of opposition activist Avetik Chalabyan—who is in prison—at the gates of the National Assembly

After that, the march moved to France Square—in downtown Yerevan—where today's demonstration concluded.

Earlier, the participants of the Resistance Movement protest had left a "chained" constitution in front of the Constitutional Court building, and cucumbers—outside the presidential residence.

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