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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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          • Տղաները՝ Արցախի պաշտպանության բանակից





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            • Man, the pig festival that's going on right now in Armenia is intense, what the xxxx was Sarkisian and the RPA thinking?? This is going to be intense, oh god let's not have another 2008 riots again, it's only been ten years.

              But these protests are completely different, this time Armenians are spreading there cause by enormous levels. Compared to the 2008 presidential elections, most Armenians rallied up against our government but lacked the organization, this, it's more organized, Armenians are spreading there cause on streets and social media (Which is probably the biggest thing that's giving the protest so much power.) they are purposely disrupting traffic from subways to bridges and even pulling out remarks to police to "join us" (in a straight forward translation) and nearly 80% of the protesters are all youths, Yerevan is not the only place where protests are happening (Gyumri, Vanadzor, etc). It's crazy how I was walking past Pashinyan in April 9th (I saw his face.) in a rally that could only take a few lanes to a rally that could encompass the entirety of Mashtots Avenue.

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              • It’s sinkng in public’s mind that if Serj is allowed to become prime minister, Armenia will have a clan autoritarian regime just like Azerbaijan for a long time.
                Tgat rdgime May become even hereditary one.
                The outcome will be catastrophic for Armenia. Hereditary leader, hereditary business interests and ownership, hereditary government.
                Damage tgat Serj has caused to our country in past will look nothing to what may come.
                Die hard, what do you mean by “Pig festival”? What or who are you referring to?

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                • They could have put in a figure head to run as prime minister. Nope. They had to pick the one person that if became prime minister would reaffirm everyones beliefs that Armenia is really a 1.5 party state.

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                    • It shows how phony the parliament is.

                      Months after being elected the people trying to block its process.


                      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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