YEREVAN. – The bill on making amendments to the Electoral Code of Armenia will be debated on at the National Assembly (NA) on October 29, for the second time.
Naira Zohrabyan, a member of the NA “Tsarukyan” Faction, on Tuesday told reporters in parliament that the respective special session on that day will kick off at 11am.
“With 35 signatures [of MPs], we will submit this package to the [NA] secretariat,” she added, “which means that we will have a special [parliament] session on Monday [October 29].”
The “Tsarukyan” and “Way Out” (Yelk) factions in parliament had launched the signature campaign to convene a special session on October 29.
As reported earlier, the draft amendments to the election law were not passed during Monday’s special session of the NA.