Armenian president holds consultations with parliamentary majority

Regnum, Russia
March 26 2007

Armenian president holds consultations with parliamentary majority

Armenia’s President Robert Kocharyan had a meeting today with
political forces that make up a majority in the parliament.

As REGNUM was told at the presidential press office, during the
meeting, they discussed questions regarding the government’s activity
after the death of Prime Minister Andranik Margaryan. Participants of
the meeting noted importance of consistent regular activity of the
executive branch.

Robert Kocharyan informed that after consultations with the
parliamentary majority, all necessary measures will be taken aimed at
forming the government within terms fixed by the constitution.

Members of the Republican Party of Armenia, ARF Dashnaktsutiun,
United Labor Party factions, People’s Deputy and Business
parliamentary groups.

It is worth mentioning, there is a coalition government in Armenia.
The coalition includes the Republican Party of Armenia, which was
headed by the late Prime Minister Andranik Margaryan, and
Dashnaktsutiun Revolutionary Federation. After Orinats Yerkir Party
left the coalition in May 2006, members of the United Labor Party
(chaired by Gurgen Arsisyan) took several posts instead of members of
the Orinats Yerkir Party, who left the coalition.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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