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Aram Sargsyan

Born in 1961 in the village of Ararat in Ararat province.

1981-1983 - Served in the Soviet Army.

1981 - Graduated from the College of Fine Arts #8.

1989 - Graduated from the Architectural and Construction Faculty of the K. Marx.  Yerevan Polytechnic Institute. Engineer-builder.

1989 - 1993 - “Araratardshin” trust, Work superintendent, Head of the laboratory, Chief engineer.

1993 - 1998 - The CJSC “Araratcement,” Assistant to the General Director, Deputy General Director for Capital Construction, Director for the new technological line.

1998 - 1999 and 2000 - 2003 - General Director of the CJSC “Araratcement.”

1999 - 2000 - Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.

1994 - In the Composition of membership of the Yerkrapah Volunteer Union.

1995 and 1999 - Elected Member of the National-Church Assembly.

2001 Founded the “Republic” party.

2003 - 2007 - Member of the National Assembly (proportional electoral system, “Justice” alliance). Member of the Standing Committee on Financial-Credit, Budgetary and Economic Affairs of the National Assembly. Member of the “Justice” faction. Member of the Political Council of the “Republic” party.

2012 - Elected Member of the National Assembly by a proportional electoral system from the alliance “Armenian National Congress,” but he refused the mandate.

April 2, 2017 - Elected Member of the National Assembly from the national electoral list of the “Way Out” alliance of parties.

Married, with three children.



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