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03.05.2018
Nikol Pashinyan Proposed Prime Minister Nominee

On May 3, by 16:00 Nikol Pashinyan was proposed Prime Minister Nominee in the National Assembly. The nomination was proposed by more than one third of the total number of the RA NA members.

Let us remind you at May 1 special sitting the RA National Assembly did not elect Prime Minister, and under the RA Constitutional Law the NA Rules of Procedure , in case of not being elected Prime Minister after seven days of voting a new election of Prime Minister, where the nominees proposed by at least one third of the MPs' total number.


03.05.2018
At Regular Sitting of National Assembly
On May 3, the RA National Assembly began the work of the regular sittings.The Speaker of the parliament Ara Babloyan presented the draft laws on making addenda to the agenda of the third session of the RA NA sixth convocation and the agendas of the regular sittings.Under the paragraph 1 of Article 1...

03.05.2018
Statement by RA NA Speaker Ara Babloyan
The RA NA Speaker Ara Babloyan made a statement where it reads:“Today the Member of the National Assembly Aghvan Vardanyan presented his resignation.Under Article 155 of the Constitutional Law Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly, if after the issuance of the resignation during one week the M...



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