Armenia’s Pashinyan gets Enough Votes to Form Government


Early parliamentary elections were held in Armenia on Sunday. Twenty five parties and blocs took part in it. Armenia’s acting Prime Minister and leader of the Civil Contract party Nikol Pashinyan has secured enough votes at the snap legislative elections (53.92%) to form a new government, head of the Armenian Central Election Commission Tigran Mukuchyan told reporters on Monday. “Of course, the data that we published give him such a right, yes,” he said. Pashinyan also stated that he intends to start political consultations “with all healthy forces that took part in the elections in order to understand their vision…

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