Republican Party of Armenia

Another deputy leaves Republican Party of Armenia

Armenian MP Artak Sargsyan has left the Republican Party of Armenia and the Republican faction. "Dear compatriots, the establishment of a new reality and change of situation is obvious and irrefutable. Based on the …

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Party deprives Sargsyan of last power

Several deputies decided to withdraw from the former ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA), a source close the deputies said. "All those MPs who intend to leave the RPA faction are prominent businessmen. They plan to …

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Another MP leaves Republican Party of Armenia

The deputy of the Armenian parliament, Arman Sahakyan, leaves the ranks of the former ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA). Sahakyan stressed that the relevant decision was made by him personally. "From now on, as a …

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Second 'velvet revolution' starts in Yerevan

A group of protesters have stormed the city administration building in Yerevan, demanding Yerevan Mayor Taron Margaryan step down. The protesters are attempting to enter the mayor’s room, a number of city hall …

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Nikol Pashinyan becomes head of Armenia

Armenia’s parliament elected opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan as the country’s new prime minister. In a vote in parliament today, 59 lawmakers backed Pashinyan’s candidacy, including some from the ruling …

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 Pashinyan promises to be "gentle" with Armenia

The head of the Yelk parliamentary faction, the opposition leader and the only candidate to become prime minister of the republic, Nikol Pashinyan, speaking with the Russian media, said that he intended to act "gently" …

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RPA promises to vote for Pashinyan

Vahram Baghdasaryan, head of the parliamentary faction of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia, said against the background of today's global protests in the republic that the RPA agrees to vote for the candidate who will gain the majority …

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General strike paralyzes life of Yerevan

Protests resumed in Armenia this morning after the parliament rejected opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan as the prime minister. Several hundreds of students blocked the central streets in Armenia’s capital of Yerevan and …

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