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Hovik Abrahamyan
District
Birth date
24.01.1958
Party
"Republican Party of Armenia" /RPA/
Factions
31.05.2012 - 14.04.2014
"Republican" (RPA) Faction  

 
Membership
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Born on January 24, 1958 in Mkhchyan village in Ararat province.

Graduated from the Yerevan Institute of National Economy.

Served in the Soviet Army.

1990 -1991 - Head of the division of the Burastan brandy factory.

1991 - 1995 - Director of the Artashat wine and brandy factory.

1995 - 1999 - Deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia of the first convocation.

1995 - 1996 - Chairman of the Artashat city council executive committee.

1996 - 1998 - Mayor of Artashat.

1998 - 2000 - Regional  Governor of the Ararat province of Armenia.

2000 - 2001 - Minister, coordinating the activity of territorial administration and urban development of the Republic of Armenia.

2001 - 2002 - Minister of the Territorial Administration of the Republic of Armenia.

2002 - 2005 - Minister, coordinating the activity of the territorial administration and infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia.

Since 2005 - Member of the Security Council of the Republic of Armenia.

2005 - 2007 - Minister of the Territorial Administration of the Republic of Armenia; endowed with functions of coordinating minister.

2007 - 2008 - Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia, Minister of the Territorial Administration of the Republic of Armenia.

April 21, 2008 - Appointed Secretary General of the presidential staff of the Republic of Armenia.

August 24, 2008 - Elected Deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia of the fourth convocation.

September 5, 2008 - Dismissed from the position of the Secretary General of the presidential staff of the Republic of Armenia by the decree of the President.

September 29, 2008 - Elected President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia of the fourth convocation.

November 21, 2011 - Upon his letter of resignation, the President’s authority with the National Assembly ceased.

May 6, 2012 - Elected Deputy of the National Assembly by the proportional electoral system from the Republican Party of Armenian.

May 31, 2012 - Elected President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia of the fifth convocation.

April 13, 2014 - Appointed Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia by the decree of the President of the Republic of Armenia.

President of the Council of the Armenian State University of Economics. Honorable Doctor of the same University. Council Member of the Yerevan State University.

Deputy Chair of the Republican Party of Armenia. Member of the Executive Body and the Council.

By the December 28, 2012 decree of the President of the Republic of Armenia, awarded the First Grade Medal “For Services Contributed to the Motherland.” Awarded the “Anania Shirakatsi” Medal, the RA Prime Minister’s commemorative Medal, the “Marshal Baghramyan” Medal, the “Fridtjof Nansen” commemorative Gold Medal, the Golden Medal of the Parliament of Greece, and for rendering invaluable services to Theatrical Art and on the occasion of International Theatre Day, Mr. Abrahamyan was awarded the Golden Medal of the Theatrical Figures, awarded the Order of “Mesrop Mashtots” for services to the Republic of Artsakh, and also awarded the IPA CIS Gold Medal for making an important contribution to strengthening of inter-parliamentary cooperation. Awarded the Commemorative Medal of “Russian SFS Border Guard Department in the Republic of Armenia.”

Married, with three children and seven grandchildren.




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