The regular readers of this blog deserve an apology – I didn’t write for more than 15 days. I can explain myself. I was on a very busy business trip and having a lot of great time along the way.
Prague is a great place to wait for the end of the world, which didn’t happen again. This city is like a big party, which grabs your mind and doesn’t let you think of anything, else…
I returned from Prague and dived back into work – it was the day of the release of the two most prominent members of the Armenian opposition remaining in prison: Sasun Mikayelian and Nikol Pashinian. You may have noticed – I’ve removed the banner calling for the release of Pashinian and am happy as hell about it.
As for what’s ahead – no idea. When you add Ter-Petrossian, Serzh Sargsian, their “dialogue” and Nikol Pashinian into an upcoming May 31st rally, add to this all the talk of divisions between the more radically minded oppositionists and those who’re more for the constructive approach, the whole thing becomes unpredictable.