Heritage party leader Raffi Hovannisian is due to give a press conference at Liberty Square at 12:00, March 1.
After the new conference, Mr Hovannisian will lead the commemoration march to the Statue of Miasnikyan to pay tribute to the ten victims of street clashes between police and opposition protesters on March 1, 2008, which left ten people killed and at least 200 injured in Armenia.
A1+ will be webcasting the events live.
A series of mass protests were held in the Armenian capital in the wake of the Armenian presidential election of 19 February 2008. Mass protests against alleged electoral fraud held at Liberty Square in Yerevan were organized by supporters of presidential candidate and first President of the Republic of Armenia, Levon Ter-Petrosyan. After nine days of peaceful protests at the square, the national police and military forces tried to disperse the protesters on March 1, 2008. The protests began on February 20 and lasted for 10 days, involving tens of thousands of demonstrators during the day and hundreds camping out overnight. On the morning of March 1, police and army units dispersed the people who remained overnight, beating them with truncheons and electric-shock devices, the clashes continued during the day in different parts of the city, leaving ten people killed.