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Armenian Elections 2012: Predictions and Perspective

February 23, 2012 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter

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Armenian Elections 2012: Predictions and Perspective

By: Marina Brutyan

The forthcoming parliamentary elections due to be held on May 6th 2012 in Armenia are expected to bring changes in the political scene, as a powerful oppositional force will enter the Parliament. However, no major surprises are anticipated.

In Armenia, it is obvious that the ruling Republican Party will remain in power after the election, and President Serzh Sargsyan, head of the party, is going to decide who will accompany the Republican Party in the ruling coalition.

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