GRIGOR GHONJEYAN: ULP WILL MANAGE AT LEAST TO KEEP ITS PRESENCE AT NA OF NEXT CONVOCATION
Dec 07 2006
YEREVAN, DECEMBER 7, NOYAN TAPAN. The United Labor Party pretends
on at least keeping and if possible extending its "presence and
according to it, also its role," at the parliament as a result of
the 2007 parliamentary elections.
Grigor Ghonjeyan, member of RA NA United Labor Party (ULP) faction,
said this at the December 8 press briefing. He said that the party
is going to run for the elections independently, without making
alliance with any political force. Summing up the results of the
parliament autumn session that finished the day before, G.Ghonjeyan
gave assurance that with several special sittings to be convened by the
end of the year the parliament will succeed to fill in the legislative
gaps. Among the latters he attached importance to amendments to the
Electoral Code and the law "On RA National Anthem."