In Armenia, Nikol Pachinian faces the sling of the military

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The war ended three months ago, but the wounds remain open. Thursday in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, two opposing demonstrations were dangerously facing each other. Accusations of “attempted coup” arise after the army staff demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian. It is the megaphone in hand that the chief executive displayed to try to mobilize his supporters, while he appears singularly weakened by the military rout that his country has known against Azerbaijan.

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