Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan urged citizens to block all court buildings in the country on Monday, May 20, reports Deutsche Welle.
According to him, on May 20, he intends to announce "the second and most important stage of the Armenian revolution."
"Starting from 08:30 am we will block all entrances and exits of all ships in the country, without exception, so that no one could enter. From noon my speech will be broadcasted live," writes Pashinyan on his Facebook page.
This statement was preceded by the decision of the court on May 18 to release from detention former President of Armenia Robert Kocharyan, who is accused of the overthrow of the constitutional order.
Earlier, the Yerevan Court of General Jurisdiction published a decision to change the preventive measure for the second President of Armenia Robert Kocharyan. He is accused of overthrowing the constitutional system of Armenia with the use of violence, as well as of seizing the powers of the President of Armenia, the Parliament, the constitutional court or the government in a manner not provided for by the Constitution.