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Parliament begins work of regular sittings
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On December 5, the National Assembly began the work of the regular sittings.

By the proposal of the NA President Alen Simonyan, the deputies standing with a minute’s silence honoured the memory of the serviceman fallen because of the opened fire by the armed forces of Azerbaijan on the Bardzruni village of Vayots Dzor Marz/Region on December 4.

The Speaker of the Parliament Alen Simonyan presented the agenda of the sixth session of the NA eighth convocation. The deputies debated and by voting refused to include in the agenda the draft law on Making Addendum to the RA Criminal Code presented by the Civil initiative.

The parliament approved the agendas of the sixth session of the NA eighth convocation and the regular sittings, after it began the debate of the legislative initiatives.

The debate of some drafts will be carried out in a special procedure. They will be debated in the second reading after passing them in the first reading during twenty-four hours.

Rustam Bakoyan: Our primary problem is to ensure peace and security of region
I highlight the role of the European Parliament and the European Union in issues concerning Armenia. As the RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan rightly noticed, the European Parliament spoke the language of truth during all the ordeals that befell the Armenians of the Republic of Armenia and Nagorno-K...

Parliament debates issue of electing member of Audit Chamber
In accordance with Article 145 of the Constitutional Law Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly, the Standing Committee on Financial-Credit and Budgetary Affairs proposed to the National Assembly the candidacy of Hakob Mihranyan nominated by the Civil Contract Faction for the vacant position of...

Sargis Khandanyan meets with delegation led by MEP Geoffroy Didier
On December 5, the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations met with the delegation led by the Member of the European Parliament Geoffroy Didier.“This is our visit to Armenia. We are here to show our solidarity to Armenia and to the Armenian people in such hard times,” Geoffroy Did...

Member of the European Parliament Geoffroy Didier hosted in NA Standing Committee on European Integration
We know how much the Armenian people suffered in recent period. We have come to Armenia to express the solidarity of the citizens of France and the European Parliament to your people, as well as to say that we don’t forget Armenia: The Member of the European Parliament Geoffroy Didier said this duri...

Parliament debates issue of election of candidacies nominated for vacancies of CTR member
On December 5, at the NA regular sitting the parliament debated the issue of the election for the member of the Commission on Television and Radio (CTR).The NA Standing Committee on Science, Education, Culture and Sport proposed to the National Assembly in the position of the member of the Commissio...

Issue of election of candidate for judge of judiciary of corruption crimes’ examination of Anti-Corruption Chamber of Court of Cassation
The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) proposed the candidacies of Sergey Marabyan, Rubik Mkhitaryan and Manvel Shahverdyan for electing in the vacancy of the judge of the judiciary of the corruption crimes’ examination of the Anti-Corruption Chamber of the Court of Cassation: The issue was debated at t...

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