The thing is people didn't receive the electricity bills here neither, though small and medium businesses did and it was 20% higher than usual.
I wonder what was your editor's source of the info. I couldn't stop laughing when I read the words left wing violent radicals because...left wing does not really exist in Armenia. Armenian National Congress can be considered the only real opposition to the current regime but even them position themselves as right wing/central and they are definitely not radical or violent.
I myself have mixed feelings towards this movement, as it started as a social one and denies it has anything to do with politics, but the ridiculous part is that all the issues they are protesting against are linked to the current regime, so without toppling it and securing fair elections not a single change is possible.
This morning around 5:20 AM the police dispersed the few protesters(around 50) that stayed on Baghramyan ave overnight but this time around they used other more gentle methods and the rumor is that is the result of the grants received from the west to improve the police dpt in Armenia. Check this video to view their "innovative" methods.
Baghramyan ave is open and functioning normally again. Will keep you posted.