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Armenian protests demand PM’s head over concessions to Azerbaijan

Mass protests against territorial concessions to Azerbaijan have rocked Yerevan.

Large protests calling on Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to resign have extended into a second day following a demonstration over the weekend.

Following a rally featuring thousands on Sunday, and an overnight vigil in pouring rain, hundreds of protesters rallied in front of Armenia’s parliament in Yerevan on Monday.

The demonstrations have been called to protest against a decision last month to hand four deserted border villages to Baku to settle decades-old territorial disputes between the Caucasian neighbours. The territory, seized by Armenia in the 1990s, was returned last week.

The protests against Pashinyan, who has also led Armenia to cooled relations with Russia, are being headed by Bagrat Galstanyan, an archbishop who called over the weekend for “new dialogue” with Moscow.

Armenia and Azerbaijan have fought two wars over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which Azerbaijan recaptured last year from Armenian separatists who had control over the enclave for three decades.

Opponents have called the return of the territory a betrayal. Pashinyan said it was a necessary step to avoid a further war.

On Sunday, Galstanyan, who has said he hopes to replace the premier, announced the start of four days of rallies to drive him from office.

“For four days, we will stay in the streets and squares, and with our determination and will, we will achieve victory,” said Galstanyan, who has called on parliament to hold an impeachment vote on Tuesday.

Thousands gathered on Sunday outside the government headquarters before marching to parliament.

If the impeachment vote is successfully held, an interim government would need to be installed and early