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Armenia’s “Lost Spring” – Well-known Publicist Releases Film on 03/08.

A new film captures the violence of March 2008.


“The clashes between opposition supporters and security personnel on the first day of spring in 2008 resulted in ten deaths, including two among law-enforcement. The violence erupted after ten-day street protests against the official outcome of the vote giving victory to current president Serzh Sargsyan.”


- Siranuysh Gevorgyan


By Siranuysh Gevorgyan via ArmeniaNow


Writer and publicist Tigran Paskevichyan has presented to the media his new film telling about the political upheaval of recent years that ended in mass street protests and their subsequent violent suppression.


Paskevichyan, who is known for his pro-opposition views, is the author of the scenario for this 124-minute-long film entitled “The Lost Spring of Armenia”. The writer believes a full disclosure of the circumstances of the March 1-2, 2008 violence that followed a disputed presidential election is the most urgent and vital issue for Armenia today.


The clashes between opposition supporters and security personnel on the first day of spring in 2008 resulted in ten deaths, including two among law-enforcement. The violence erupted after ten-day street protests against the official outcome of the vote giving victory to current president Serzh Sargsyan.


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