The Armenian National Assembly is set to elect new Prime Minister on March 1, a week after Serzh Sargsyan resigned.
After talks with Pashinyan on Sunday, the parliamentary leader of the Republican Party, Vahram Baghdasaryan, said the party would not "impede the election of the people's candidate" if all three opposition factions in parliament supported him.
Member of the National Assembly Yelk bloc Nikol Pashinyan, who has been nominated as candidate for Prime Minister's post, says negotiations on the Karaabkh conflict settlement should continue within the framework of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairmanship. According to Hetq, the National Assembly will elect a prime minister by a majority vote.
"People should have genuine possibilities to influence the political situation and political decisions", Pashinyan said on Monday.
Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan attends a rally in Yerevan, Armenia, on April 30, 2018.
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On Saturday, after days of frantic negotiations, two major parties including the Prosperous Armenia - which has 31 seats in parliament - said they would back Pashinyan.
Pashinyan said on Monday he discussed a "peaceful and legal settlement" of the crisis with US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell.
The announcement coincided with the resumption of protests in the capital Yerevan after a two-day moratorium during which demonstrations against the Republican Party and official corruption were held in smaller cities.