In Armenia in the nearest future high likelihood of power change expected, the Azerbaijani political scientist, member of Experts Council Trend Rasim Musabekov said, GHN reports.
He noted that the replacement of authorities in Armenia will happen over the negotiations, Trend reports.
Several thousand Armenians rallied late on Thursday, demanding snap presidential and parliamentary elections, the latest in a series of opposition protests beginning to wring concessions from President Serzh Sarksyan.
Spurred in part by Arab uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa, the opposition Armenian National Congress headed by former President Levon Ter-Petrossian is trying to capitalise on popular anger over the state of the economy while President Serzh Sarksyan`s rule continues to be haunted by the deadly clashes that met his election in early 2008.
The National Congress is a coalition of several political parties and organizations, none of which is represented in parliament.
Main objective of the National Congress is to hold negotiations for setting a new date for early parliamentary and presidential elections which it believes it could win in a free and fair ballot. Parliamentary and presidential elections are scheduled in May 2012 and February 2013 respectively in Armenia.
The next protest is scheduled for September 9 in Yerevan