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Armenia’s ruling party to discuss junior partner’s likely deputy ministers – new

07:20, 18.07.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics, Society

YEREVAN. – Everyone is on vacation at the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) except for the organization committee, which is preparing for the local government elections, Hraparak daily writes.  

“The renovations at RPA’s main office will end in fall, but, until then, the Executive Body session[s]—including the one on this Thursday—will be convened at the Central [district] office.

Will the matters concerning deputy regional governors and ministers be discussed this time? They could not say at the RPA; [but] more likely, no. This is impossible without the PM [who is currently on vacation].      

To note, first, they will discuss the matter[s] of [coalition Government’s junior member Orinats Yerkir (Rule of Law) Party] RLP deputy minister candidates Davit Karapetyan—who, in all likelihood, will become Deputy Education and Science Minister—and Nerses Zuloyan—Deputy Healthcare Minister. In any case, the matter will be resolved in [one] package.

Also, the matter will be resolved as to whether the [Prosperous Armenia Party] PAP deputy ministers and deputy regional governors will remain in office,” Hraparak writes.

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