In Armenia, parliament will hold another vote for the post of prime minister on Tuesday. Earlier, Nikol Pashinyan failed to win vote from the parliament for the post of prime minister yesterday.
Mr. Pashinyan was the only candidate in the election, which followed weeks of protests in the country's capital Yerevan.
He has since called for a nationwide campaign of civil disobedience.
Meanwhile, tens of thousands of supporters of Nikol Pashinyan, have responded to his call for civil disobedience, blocking key roads and government buildings in the capital city.
Earlier, Mr Pashinyan has led weeks of anti-government protests that forced former PM Serzh Sargsyan to resign.
Source: Radio Pakistan