Armenia's Republican Party has ruled the country for 10 years. How did it fail so spectacularly to understand how unpopular it has become? Tim Sebastian meets the party's vice president on Conflict Zone.
Just last May Armenia celebrated the "world's merriest apocalypse." Now the country is holding the first elections since its "Velvet Revolution." Felix Franz reports from Yerevan.
Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian wants to weaken his predecessor's party in the parliament and cement his leadership. He took over as prime minister in May after weeks of leading anti-corruption protests.
Where is Armenia headed after a protest leader was elected prime minister? DW’s Tim Sebastian meets the Vice President of the now opposition Republican Party that lost the people's trust after decades of corruption.
Police have arrested more than 230 protesters attempting to block streets and stage sit-ins. Opposition leaders have described the president-turned-prime minister as a "political corpse," vowing to reject dialogue.
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