Expert rules out PAP’s joining coalition, in exchange for vice-PM’s post

Expert rules out PAP’s joining coalition, in exchange for vice-PM’s post

PanARMENIAN.Net - With three months left until the presidential elections in Armenia, the Prosperous Armenia will hardly join the ruling coalition in exchange for a deputy prime minister’s post, political analyst said.

Commenting on media reports about Prosperous Armenia’s possible assuming three ministerial seats and the vice prime minister’s post, in exchange for support at presidential race, Yervand Bozoyan said the information aims to reveal the party’s weakness.

“Prosperous Armenia would have joined the coalition in May as it was offered more then,” he said.

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