Police dispersed opposition rally in Yerevan
(PanARMENIAN) - Today, at 7 a.m. the Armenia Police dispersed the opposition rally in Liberty Square in the center of Yerevan. Witnesses say several thousand people were at the site during the operation. Policemen used rubber batons.
A source told that leader of the opposition movement, Armenia's first President Levon Ter-Petrosyan, who also was in the square, is now under domiciliary arrest.
Oppositionists plan a new rally at 3 p.m. today. If the entry to Liberty Square is closed, they are going to march down Mashtots Avenue.
Opposition forces, discontent with outcomes of the presidential election, have been holding rallies for 10 days already, demanding to declare the election invalid.