Many Armenians have stewed for years about the country's poverty and widespread corruption, but Pashinian was able to galvanize that discontent into a mass movement that was raucous but largely peaceful.
By Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press
The leader of the wave of protests that created a surprise power vacuum in Armenia said Sunday that he has met with the country's new president and hopes to secure his support to become prime minister.
By Associated Press
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