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Tsarukyan doesn't rule out coalition with Armenia's ruling RPA

Tsarukyan doesn't rule out coalition with Armenia's ruling RPA

PanARMENIAN.Net - The issue of forming a coalition with the Republican Party of Armenia has not been discussed, leader of Tsarukyan bloc Gagik Tsarukyan said on Monday, September 11, adding, however, that "nothing can be ruled out."

Weighing on the prime minister's post after 2018, Tsarukyan said that only ruling Republicans can nominate the PM and make the final decision, and that Tsarukyan bloc will offer its position on the issue after someone is nominated for the position.

Talking to reporters, Tsarukyan refused to give an assessment of current prime minister Karen Karapetyan's activity because he "does not consider it right to express an opinion about a friend."

Also, the lawmaker didn't rule out that Armenia doesn't make full use of the opportunities that the Eurasian Economic Union has to offer.

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