Shahen Harutyunyan, son of leader of Tseghakron (Tribal Religion) political party Shant Harutyunyan, hasn’t been working at the National Assembly since November 1. This is what Shahen Harutyunyan posted on his Facebook page. He particularly wrote the following:
I would like to inform you that I haven’t been working at the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia since November 1. During my ten months of service, I have gained a certain amount of work experience in the public sector, and I believe my work experience will help me become integrated into the public sector more easily.
P.S.: I was dismissed from the National Assembly because the arguments that were presented for me to quit my job were not convincing, at least for me.
I hope this note doesn’t become a subject for speculations.”
Shahen Harutyunyan started working at the National Assembly in January 2019 and was a co-worker of deputy of the My Step faction Yerjanik Hakobyan.