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Constitutional Court refuses lawsuit by defeated Armenian opposition MP candidat

15:30, 19.06.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

YEREVAN. – Armenia’s Constitutional Court refused to consider the lawsuit by the opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) MP candidate David Matevosyan on recognizing invalid the election results in No. 38 precinct [due to May 6 parliamentary elections].

The Court believes that there is lack of legal bases to consider the decision of the district election commission illegal, Postinfo agency reports.

To note, Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) MP candidate Vahe Hakobyan was elected in the aforesaid precinct (22,751 votes), opposition ARF Dashnaktsutyun member Gagik Gevorgyan had 8,000 votes, while ANC member Matevosyan had 1,795 votes.

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