elections in Armenia

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 …

Pashinyan nominated for Armenian PM's post

Ararat Mirzoyan, a member of the Armenian Yelk parliamentary group, has nominated Nikol Pashinyan, an opposition figure who has been leading protests in the country, as a candidate for prime minister during the special session of …

Armenian prime minister to be elected on May 1

The Armenian parliament will elect the country’s new prime minister on May 1, the republic's parliament speaker Ara Babloyan said. "On May 1, the country’s parliament will hold a special meeting to …

Armen Sarkisyan becomes Armenia's 4th president

Armenia’s National Assembly chose Armen Sarkisyan as the country’s new president by a large margin. A former prime minister who once served as the country’s ambassador to Britain, was elected to serve …

Sargsyan to become Armenia's president

Armenia's President and head of the Republican Party, Serzh Sargsyan, at the meeting with Armen Sargsyan, the country’s ambassador to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, offered him to be presidential candidate from his party. 

Local elections held in a number of Armenian provinces

Local self-government elections are held in a number of regions in Armenia on Sunday, News.am reports. The elections will be held in 317 communities of Aragatsotn, Ararat, Armavir, Syunik and Tavush provinces. In 22 of them only …