Linking resumed in Armenia protests against the increase of electricity tariffs with the events of the Ukrainian "Maidan" is a gross simplification that does not reflect the real situation, according to the Professor of the Department of regional studies and foreign policy of the Russian state humanitarian University, expert of the Russian Council on international Affairs Sergey Markedonov.
"we have over the last period of time have any fashion any internal event to describe how the Ukrainian" Maidan ", to overlay the tracing paper. It's not very constructive. If we look at Armenia, The entire post-Soviet history of this state is rich in mass protests. It's hard to say what the elections in Armenia did without protest and without trying to politicize it, " said Markedonov Tuesday at a press conference in the Russian capital.
According to the expert, in the history of Armenia, there are cases when " yesterday's power today is in the status of the opposition."" The same relative and similar initiatives. Most consider (movement - ed.) "No robbery" as something unfamiliar