I hope that all [political] forces will demonstrate the necessary good sense, and make their best efforts so that these two weeks pass without a maximum shock.

Ararat Mirzoyan, the Acting First Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia, wrote the abovementioned on Facebook.

“In any case, the government is ready for various developments,” he added, “and judging from the gauging of the overall public moods, it seems the people also are ready for many various developments.”

As reported earlier, Mirzoyan held talks with the parliamentary factions in the previous days, and discussed the snap parliamentary election as well as the proposed amendments to the election law.

Nikol Pashinyan on Tuesday resigned from the office of Prime Minister of Armenia. And once the National Assembly is dissolved, a snap parliamentary election is expected to be conducted in December.