Armenian president sets official date for nationwide parliamentary elections

Regular countrywide parliamentary elections are scheduled for April 2, 2017, Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan said on Thursday after signing a decree on setting the election date, TASS reports.

"Regular elections to the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia are set for April 2, 2017," the decree published on the official presidential website said.

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