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In Yerevan's Freedom Square rally ended

on Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:50 pm
The initiative group "No robbery" under protest in protest against the increase of the electricity tariff, has completed the previously announced indefinite rally in Yerevan's Liberty Square.

On it informs local edition «Armenian News» .

According to the publication member of the initiative group of Maxim Margaryan told reporters that they leave the area.

It is expected that on June 30 the initiative group "No robbery" will give a press conference, and within which to present its further actions.

In turn, one of the leaders of the movement "No robbery" Vaginak Shushanyan said that the struggle is transferred to a new plane. In particular, according to him, the activists intend to create a group of experts, economists, lawyers, to come up with specific proposals.

Meanwhile, the remaining demonstrators on Baghramyan Avenue, do not intend to leave it and are going back to stay there for the night.

Deputy Chief of Yerevan Police Valery Osipyan asked the audience to keep quiet after 23:00, promising in this case, no action

Protesters opposed to a rise in price of electricity, the eighth day of blocking the central avenue of the Armenian capital, where the administration of the president, parliament, constitutional court and several embassies. On Sunday, the organizers of the action called for thousands of its members to leave the avenue and return to Freedom Square, but most of the protesters did not go away.

Police repeatedly warned that preparing unblock the street, but to act decisively is not passed.

The protest against the increase in electricity tariffs started in Yerevan on June 19 and later turned into a procession to the presidential residence. Police officers with special equipment to disperse the demonstrators. Nearly 240 people, including journalists, were taken to the police station, 25 people sought medical help. Action resumed on Tuesday night. Gathered at Liberty Square again marched to the presidential residence on Baghramian Avenue, but the way they once again blocked the police cordons. In Russian

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