Bill Declaring April 24 Day of Commemoration of Armenian Genocide Adopted in Buenos Aires
April 27, 2006 - 20:10 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - April 26 the House of Representatives of Buenos Aires Argentinean State unanimously (92 votes) adopted a bill, which declares April 24 Day of Commemoration of the First Genocide of the 20th century, of which the Armenian people became a victim, reports the Press Service of the Armenian MFA. The bill was introduced by House of Representatives member Serjio Nahapetyan. The law will come into effect after being approved by the Senate and the Governor of the State.
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