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What changes await Armenian Parliament Staff? – newspaper

08:01, 02.06.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

YEREVAN. – Those persons, who hold several key positions in Armenia’s National Assembly (NA) Staff, will be dismissed, Haykakan Zhamanak daily writes, referring to its NA sources.    

“Specifically, this refers to Vrezh Gasparyan, the current NA Chief of Staff. 

Yesterday [Friday], the names of two likely Chief of Staff candidates were circulated at the parliamentary corridors. One was the Acting Transport and Communication Minister Manuk Vardanyan, and the other was Hovhannes Hovsepyan, the head of [President] Serzh Sargsyan’s Control Service, who has very good relations with newly-elect NA Speaker Hovik Abrahamyan.  

In all likelihood, it will become clear on Monday as to which one of them will become the new NA Chief of Staff. 

Also, according to the NA sources, NA Media and Public [Relations] Department Chief Hrayr Zoryan will be dismissed, too,” Haykakan Zhamanak writes

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