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Armenian PM discontent with ministers – newspaper

07:55, 05.07.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

YEREVAN.- Some rumors suggest Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan held several meetings on Wednesday during which expressed discontent with the cabinet of ministers, Chorrord Inknishkhanutyun daily writes.

“First Tigran Sargsyan met with a businessman Barsegh Beglaryan and complained about the ministers saying “they have become uncontrollable” and it would be right to replace some of them. Moreover, Sargsyan offered candidatures from the deputies for the Republican Party of Armenia not to lose votes during the 2013 elections,” the newspaper writes.

According to some rumors, he expressed discontent with ministers’ behavior during the meeting with the President. The newspaper says it will publish the names of the ministers in the near future.



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