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Yerevan police station invaders surrendered because of lack of social support - expert
11:08, 1 August 2016
Yerevan police station invaders surrendered because of lack of social support - expert

Absence of authoritative leader is the other reason

11:08, 1 August 2016

112 Agency

The lack of social support was the reason for the group who captured a police station in Yerevan to surrender to the authorities. This opinion was aired by "112 Ukraine" TV-channel by political analyst Harut Voskanyan.

"The plans were not fully implemented. Initially they failed in social support. The other failure was in lack of oppositional leaders who could lead people to implement their plans. Besides, lack of people's trust. Many reasons," - says political analyst Voskanyan.

According to him, Armenia has no a shaped civil society with political and civil interests to lead the people.

"If the people come out for the protests, this is mainly because of social problems," - says Voskanyan.

See also: Jagland: Conflicting sides in Armenia should bring end to ‘dangerous situation’

According to him, the invaders realized that the situation is reaching a deadlock, and so they decided that further bloodshed may be negative.

"I think the protests like this may occur, but they will not have an institutional nature", - added the analyst.

See also: In Yerevan two hostages released from seized patrol police building

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