Baku, Azerbaijan, April 23
Dozens of people in military uniform, reportedly serving in the Armenian Army, have joined the rally against the election of former President Serzh Sargsyan as Prime Minister of Armenia, RIA Novosti reported.
They do not have weapons, and also refuse to make comments, according to RIA Novosti.
The Armenian Defense Ministry has not yet commented on the issue.
The actions against the election of Sargsyan leading the nation since 2008 as Armenia's Prime Minister began on April 13. Within the framework of the new Parliamentary Republic (since April 9), the Prime Minister actually leads the nation.
The opposition accuses Sargsyan of poor governance and deteriorating economic situation, and on April 17, it announced the beginning of "velvet revolution". Despite the protests, the Armenian Parliament elected Sargsyan to the post of Prime Minister on April 17.
On April 22, another opposition march was stopped in Erebuni district of Yerevan with the help of police. Before that, talks were held between the opposition leader Pashinyan and Sargsyan, which lasted for three minutes and ended without result.