Since 2008, elections in Republic of Armenia have allegedly been marked by widespread fraud and continued abuse of administrative resources. But Armenian people, especially youth, stood against non-democratic processes with massive peaceful demonstrations against the government and new-elected Prime-Minister, ex-president Serzh Sargsyan, which led to the resignation of Sargsyan.

Since 2008, elections in Republic of Armenia have allegedly been marked by widespread fraud and continued abuse of administrative resources. But Armenian people, especially youth, stood against non-democratic processes with massive peaceful demonstrations against the government and new-elected Prime-Minister, ex-president Serzh Sargsyan, which led to the resignation of Sargsyan.