YEREVAN, January 14. /ARKA/. Sergey Minasyan, chief of the Caucasus Institute’s division in charge of political studies, finds a new wave of rallies in Armenia unlikely.
Speaking Tuesday at a news conference, he said that opposition parties are unlikely to stage street protests in a bid to bring their struggle outside of the parliament.
He added that although it is possible to involve people in street protests against political and social problems, but this will produce little effect on political or social things in the country.
The expert said that opposition or partially opposition parties are unable to guide the current public disaffection for the authorities, and civil activists are trying to assume this role. -0----