YEREVAN. – The opposition Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) will not participate in Monday’s National Assembly (NA) special session, the agenda of which includes the issue of electing a new Prime Minister. PAP MP Naira Zohrabyan has informed Armenian News-NEWS.am about this.
To note, the two parliamentary opposition parties—the PAP and the Bright Armenia Party—have reached an agreement with the authorities, especially with acting PM Nikol Pashinyan, that they will not nominate a candidate for prime minister.
According to the script, Pashinyan will be nominated twice to the aforesaid post, but will not be elected. Subsequently, the NA will be dissolved and snap parliamentary elections will be held on June 20.