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“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.