YEREVAN. – Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will join the “Yes” campaign for the constitutional reform referendum on March 10-11. Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Suren Papikyan, who also heads the "Yes" campaign headquarters for the upcoming referendum, stated this at a meeting with journalists.
According to him, Pashinyan and all the other representatives of the executive branch of power will take a vacation during the campaign season.
"The active phase of the campaign will start from March 2 to April 3," Papikyan said. “It is planned to visit cities and settlements of all 10 provinces of the country. The events will start from Syunik Province and end in Yerevan."
According to him, the political processes and the upcoming referendum are not related to the promotion of anyone's political career.
A referendum on amending one article of the Constitution is scheduled for April 5 in Armenia.