Vagram Bagdasaryan, leader of the Republican Party, called on Wednesday for the situation in the streets across the country to come to an end, whilst speaking in Parliament in Yerevan. «We insist on returning to the constitutional way of acting,» he said. The rally is being held on the Republican Square in Yerevan for the second day. People gathered at the main square of Yerevan holding... Еще banners and candles and also performing on stage. The protests began when Pashinyan's candidacy as the PM was rejected by the parliament on Tuesday, with 55 deputies voting against him and 45 in favor. On May 8th, the Armenian parliament is due to hold the second vote to elect the country's prime minister. Under Armenian law, in case the parliament fails to elect the head of the government for a second time, the parliament is to be dissolved.