Nikol Pashinyan was re-elected as prime minister of Armenia on Sunday in a snap election he called in October in a bid to cement the country's political shift. But who is the man leading change in the country?
Armenians vote on Sunday in an early parliamentary election initiated by acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan
On May 8, Nikol Pashinyan, the man who spearheaded the peaceful demonstrations, was elected Prime Minister of the post-Soviet republic.
After the euphoria, challenges and cautious optimism in a new Armenia
What the election of protest leader Nikol Pashinyan as Armenia’s prime minister means for a young Armenian.
Nikol Pashinian becomes the country's new prime minister after a month of protests and a climbdown by the ruling party.
The people have changed the political game in Armenia, but just who is the new prime Minister Nikol Pashinian?
The leader of the protest movement that has rocked Armenia has called a pause in the campaign of civil disobedience while he seeks assurances that the ruling party will back him to be the next prime minister.
With the ruling party-dominated parliament and the opposition clashing head-on, there appears no prospect of an early resolution to the poitical crisis.
Nikol Pashinyan urged protesters to shut down transport systems after the ruling Republican Party's parliamentary majority rejected his candidacy for prime minister.
Opposition leader set to be elected as prime minister after weeks of protests
The opposition figure leading a people power revolution against alleged corruption in the Caucasian republic.
The Armenian parliament, due to elect a successor to ex-prime minister Serzh Sargsyan on Tuesday, is expected to choose protest leader Nikol Pashinyan.
People-Power prevails in Armenia
Peaceful protests have continued in Armenia as Pashniyan supporters demand that he is elected prime minister despite him not having the support of parliament.
Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan has called for further non-violent demonstrations in Armenia saying that the victory of the people must be recognised.
Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan says It’s time to open a new chapter in the history of the country.
Two weeks of protests are set to continue amid ongoing anger at the ruling elite in the country
Anti-government protests continue in Armenia as the acting prime minister, Karen Karapetyan, rejects a proposal to hold talks with the opposition leader
Demonstrators in Armenia have returned to the streets, stepping up their calls for reform following the resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sarksyan.
Armenia's parliament will vote on May 1 for a new prime minister, as anti-government protests continue despite the resignation of Serzh Sargsyan as premier earlier this week.
Still no clear way forward after fall of prime minister for Caucasian nation after more than two weeks of political unrest.
Thousands of people gathered in Yerevan on Tuesday to mark the one hundred year anniversary of the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks.
Thousands gathered in Yerevan to remember the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians a century ago amid their country's current political uncertainty.
Sargsyan said he was resigning to help safeguard civic peace following almost two weeks of mass street protests thathave plunged the ex-Soviet republic into political crisis
Armenia’s long-standing leader Serzh Sargsyan resigned as prime minister after more than 10 days of demonstrations against him which saw tens of thousands take to the streets.