Armenia's new Prime Minister not going to join any party

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's newly appointed Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan doesn't intend to join any party. However, he did not exclude such a possibility in future.



"I do not think that being nonpartisan, I will have less influence on the ministers," Mr Sargsyan told reporters today.



As to the measures to be taken for improvement of the government's work, the PM said he will be rigid while the responsibilities of the ministers will be outlined precisely.



"The ministers will bear responsibility for their work. If the results do not meet their pledges, the cabinet will be administered a public reprimand," the Prime Minister said, IA Regnum reports.
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