YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: The meeting between [PM] Nikol Pashinyan and [President] Armen Sarkissian, held yesterday, was held in a rather heavy atmosphere. In spite of the neutral text of the disseminated message, Armen Sarkissian told Pashinyan (…): “I am not ready to ratify such an unconstitutional law [in connection with the Constitutional Court]; there may be problems later,” and urged to back off from the initiative because they are getting serious alarms, including direct warnings, from international institutions that such an approach to institutions could have serious consequences for Armenia.
Immediately after the meeting, Pashinyan telephoned [National Assembly (NA) speaker] Ararat Mirzoyan, said, "Postpone today's sitting of the NA Council; corrections should be made to the draft."
By the way, according to the same sources, the internationals have also warned the government, the deputy prime ministers, and the justice minister that it is necessary to stop.