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Armenia’s National Assembly MP to become government member? – newspaper

09:30, 07.02.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

YEREVAN. - The ruling coalition’s Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) MP Vardan Ayvazyan was persuaded not to be nominated in RPA’s majority election list for the upcoming parliamentary elections, and it is highly probable that he will continue his activities in the government. Working in the executive branch of power inspires the current MP more, Yerkir daily writes, referring to the information it has received.       

“Ayvazyan informed that he has not yet made a final decision in connection with running in Charentsavan [city’s] Election District, since it is up to the Party to decide. But he advises not to make assumptions. Ayvazyan also did not wish to speak about his inclusion in RPA’s proportional [election] list, and noted that this, too, is up to the Party to decide,” Yerkir writes.

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