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Here’s Why Armenia Is Not Ukraine

The Electric Yerevan protest officially ended July 7, two weeks after it began as a reaction to the Armenian government’s 16.7 percent increase in electricity prices. But the social movement behind it will likely continue influencing Armenia until the country makes serious political reforms.Thousands marched on Yerevan’s Baghramyan Avenue—a main artery fronting the presidential palace—insisting they weren’t seeking to overthrow the regime but rather to get the government to reverse its price increase. This was not a new Maidan supporting the European Union and opposing corruption. Instead, the 20,000 citizens protesting at its peak took to the streets to express …read more

Source: Atlantic Council

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