Serious changes expected after Presidential elections

As Yerkir daily reports, after the presidential elections serious changes are expected in parliamentary faction of PAP. These months are a serious test for PAP MPs. If they work without mistakes, Gagik Tsarukyan has promised them to give an opportunity to work quietly in the upcoming four years, if no serious incidents occur to the mentioned MPs. This means that the main test for the PAP MPs will last till the presidential elections. They must prove their loyalty to Gagik Tsarukyan and carry out their duties conscientiously before the presidential elections.

There are rumors that serious changes are also expected in the RPA parliamentary faction, however, the causes and mechanisms of losing parliamentary mandates are quite different in RPA, the paper writes. 

12.06.2012, 12:03

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