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Pashinyan: I had meetings with Tsarukyan Alliance, the ARF, and Yelk Bloc. I will be officially nominated by all those MPs in parliament, as the candidate for the position of PM
Pashinyan: Today, the RPA had a meeting and they announced that they will support the people's candidate. In other words, if we take into consideration today's political announcements, then during 2nd round of elections, your candidate will be elected PM
Pashinyan: We need to prepare documents and understand more carefuly the position of the RPA. We propose the following scenario - we will not have any acts of civil disobedience. You, the people, can rest. We will work in parliament
Pashinyan: Despite their announcement, we need to be vigilant. But tomorrow, you will go to class, whatever you have missed, you will read tonight. Follow my FB page because you never know how things might turn on their heads
Pashinyan: On the day of the election [May 8], we will gather here, not with 250,000 but with 500,000 people
Pashinyan: So, for the time being, we will stop our operations. Because what we do should have a purpose. I ask you to follow my FB page, and I will keep you informed of all the steps
Pashinyan: Long live the Republic of Armenia, the most beautiful and powerful country; long live the Republic of Artsakh, I bow before you all, I love you all. Loving live freedom, our children
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Pashinyan: On May 8, there will be a session in parliament to elect the PM. If in the 1st round, the factions submitted the name of the candidate, in the 2nd round, then 1/3 of MPs will nominate the candidate. We need 35 signatures
Pashinyan: I had prepared a detailed speech; but the political reality during the day changed. It is obsolete. I want you to remember that the belief and faith you had in yourself is what mattered, don't believe in any politician, believe in yourselves
Pashinyan: What happened today in Yerevan and Armenia was unprecedented; we shut down every street in the city, from the airport to highways
Rally in Republic Square has kicked off. Over 150,000 people have crammed the square with more streaming in. Leaders of the movement are addressing the crowd
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Nikol Pashinyan and Gagik Tsarukyan announced that the Tsarukyan bloc will support Pashinyan in the second round of voting in Parliament set to take place on May 8
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Earlier, Nikol Pashinyan and Gagik Tsarukyan held a meeting, they later spoke with journalists where Tsarukyan said that they would be supporting Pashinyan's candidacy for PM
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Acting PM and the President just released a statement calling for "political dialogue" based on those I concluded that RPA is not willing to make any more compromises and looks like they will 'resist' till the end.