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Employers in Armenia allowed to fire unvaccinated workers

A set of changes to Armenia’s Labor Code and the Law on Public Service, approved today by the parliament, would empower employers to fire their employees for their failure to get vaccinated against Covid-19 or take a coronavirus test once …

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New Armenian parliament's speaker elected

A member of parliament from Armenia's ruling party Civil Contract, Alen Simonyan, has been elected speaker of the newly-elected National Assembly. The procedure in which the results of the secret voting were announced in the session hall was …

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Pashinyan re-appointed Armenia's Prime Minister

Chairman of the 'Civil Contract' Party Nikol Pashinyan has been appointed Armenia's Prime Minister, according to the Armenian media. According to the media, Pashinyan's candidacy for the post of prime minister …

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Armenia Parliament to convene special session tomorrow

The National Assembly of Armenia will convene a special session tomorrow, as reported on the official website of the National Assembly, News.am reports.  The aim of the special session is to consider the bills on the agenda in two …

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New plan of Armenian nationalists

Two weeks after the announcement of the results of the early parliamentary elections, political parties and blocs did not begin to form the composition of the National Assembly. And about. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan is preparing to repel …

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Pashinyan rejects peace with Azerbaijan?

Yerevan has no intention to sign a peace agreement with Baku, a representative of the ruling My Step faction of the Armenian National Assembly said. In an interview with Sputnik Armenia,Chairman of the Standing Committee on …

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Electronic voting begins in Armenia

Some 650 Armenian citizens who have registered with the Central Election Commission (CEC) for electronic voting in the early parliamentary elections, slated for June 20, can cast their votes starting from today and until June 13, 8 pm, the …

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Armenian parliament approves amendments to electoral code

The Parliament of Armenia approved the amendments to the Electoral Code of the country in the second reading. The changes were approved by 81 votes in favour. There were no deputies who spoke out against or abstained. According to the …

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