First session of Armenia's new parliament slated for August 2
July 19, 2021 - 18:47 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - The first session of the newly-elected Armenian parliament will be held on August 2, Secretary of the Central Electoral Commission Armen Smbatyan said on Monday, July 19, Pastinfo reports.
"The CEC will prepare the protocol for registering the mandates this week, and the first sitting of the National Assembly will be convened on the second Monday after that," Smbatyan said.
Caretaker Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s Civil Contract party won 54% of the vote, while Hayastan (Armenia) bloc headed by second President Robert Kocharyan secured 22% of the ballots. "I Have Honor" bloc too will get seats in the parliament.
For more than 10 days, observers of the European Union mission in Armenia have been conducting patrols.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his wife Anna Hakobyan left for Germany on a working visit on March 2-3.
The European Union Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia, Toivo Klaar, has arrived in Yerevan.
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Armenia moves to ban foreign currency home loans The National Assembly has approved amendments to the law, which were submitted by lawmaker Gevorg Papoyan from the ruling Civil Contract party.
Armenian serviceman who went missing in fog has been found The serviceman who went missing in the border areas of the southern province of Syunik has been found, the Defense Ministry said on March 2.