Editorial Podcast: Idealism is What Makes History

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A series of extraordinary events in Armenia, including unprecedented acts of civil disobedience and massive protests that spread throughout the country, eventually led to the resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan on April 23. The movement that came to be known as the Velvet Revolution was led by opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan who fashioned himself as the "people's candidate" for the office of the prime minister. On May 1, during a special session, Armenia's parliament is set to vote for an interim premier. Several members of the Editorial Board of EVN Report sat down to talk about their impressions of a movement that has fundamentally transformed Armenia.

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