OPPOSITION MEETING BEING HELD IN YEREVAN (PHOTOREPORT)

PanARMENIAN.Net
01.05.2009 16:49 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ At this moment, ANC -organized Opposition meeting
is being held in front of Matenadaran Ancient Manuscripts' Institute.

Armenian police did not try to interfere with the meeting, though
the rally has not been sanctioned by city authorities. Police
representative announced that May Day rally will be allowed only in
case rally organizers could guarantee the order.

ANC coordinator Levon Zurabyan informed journalists that they have
been given a notice about suspicious groupings in Yerevan, though
police ignored their warnings about the fact . When questioned by
PanARMENIAN.Net about grouping participants identities, Zurabyan
cited his unawareness, but believes they could pose a threat to ANC
rally participants.

ANC MP David Shakhnazaryan said that the authorities do their best
to prevent villager's entrance to Yerevan, often stooping to threats.

All of ANC leaders headed by Levon Ter-Petrosyan participated in the
rally, involving 7 to 8 000 people.

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PanARMENIAN.Net 01.05.2009 16:49 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ At this moment, ANC -organized Opposition meeting
is being held in front of Matenadaran Ancient Manuscripts' Institute.

Armenian police did not try to interfere with the meeting, though
the rally has not been sanctioned by city authorities. Police
representative announced that May Day rally will be allowed only in
case rally organizers could guarantee the order.

ANC coordinator Levon Zurabyan informed journalists that they have
been given a notice about suspicious groupings in Yerevan, though
police ignored their warnings about the fact . When questioned by
PanARMENIAN.Net about grouping participants identities, Zurabyan
cited his unawareness, but believes they could pose a threat to ANC
rally participants.

ANC MP David Shakhnazaryan said that the authorities do their best
to prevent villager's entrance to Yerevan, often stooping to threats.

All of ANC leaders headed by Levon Ter-Petrosyan participated in the
rally, involving 7 to 8 000 people.