// IP Marketing video - START// IP Marketing video - END

RPA to nominate Karen Karapetyan for PM after elections: official

RPA to nominate Karen Karapetyan for PM after elections: official

PanARMENIAN.Net - Following the parliamentary elections slated for April 2, the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) will nominate current premier Karen Karapetyan for the prime minister's post, RPA deputy chairman Armen Ashotyan told reporters on Monday, February 27.

“Karen Karapetyan will further represent our party in the government after our victory,” Ashotyan said.

“Karapetyan and the new government continue introducing development projects, retaining public trust.”

He added that elections are important not only in terms of results, but also the overall quality as the RPA wants “to win in legitimate, free and fair elections.”

Also, Ashotyan said the party is placing the emphasis on the issue of security ahead of the elections.

 Top stories
RPA spokesman Eduard Sharmazanov said former prime minister Serzh Sargsyan remains “our president and leader.”
Lawmaker from the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnaktsutyun) Armen Babayan has submitted a letter of resignation.
Russian officials had high-level phone contacts with the protest leaders and the ruling elite that was clinging to power, sources say.
Pashinyan secured a relevant number of votes necessary for getting the job after 59 Armenian lawmakers voted to grant him the PM’s powers.
Partner news