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Oppositionist Khzmalyan to explain how his wife joined ruling party

12 April 2012 - 10:38am

Tigran Khzmalyan, an oppositionist and eco-activist, and a member of the Sardarapat movement, will soon explain how his wife Narine Mirzoyan, head of the Sub-department for Clinical Pharmacology of the Yerevan Medical University, joined the proportional list of the Republican Party of Armenia, the ruling party, Tert.am reports.

The opposition activist said his wife will sign a withdrawal note.

CEC press secretary Ermine Arutyunyan said that Mirzoyan was 116th in the proportional list of the ruling party and presented a note saying that she had had constant residence for 5 years in Armenia.

Tigran Khzmalyan is part of the Sardarapat movement. He left the Armenian National Congress due to disagreements.

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