Ruben Rubinyan elected Vice President of Armenian parliament

Ruben Rubinyan elected Vice President of Armenian parliament

PanARMENIAN.Net - Lawmaker Ruben Rubinyan from the ruling Civil Contract party has been elected the Vice President of the Armenian National Assembly.

70 members of parliament voted in favor Robinyan's candidacy, while the opposition Armenia and "I Have Honor" bloc did not participate in the vote on Tuesday, August 3.

Former Minister of High Tech Industry Hakob Arshakyan, also from the Civil Contract, as well as Ishkhan Zakaryan from Armenia alliance have been nominated for Vice Presidents of the National Assembly.

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