Local Elections: Civil Contract Loses in Vanadzor, Aparan, Abovyan, Masis, Yeghegnadzor
The Central Electoral Commission released the preliminary results of the December 5 local elections in 36 towns and cities, Armenpress reports.
With 5776 votes, the Civil Contract party won in Vagharshapat (aka Etchmiatsin), while the “Ejmiatsin” bloc got 3872 votes.
In Aragatsotn’s Ashtarak, the Civil Contract won with 14732 votes, while the ARF and Hayrenik parties garnered 2730 and 1176 votes respectively.
In Talin, the Civil Contract party garnered 5037 votes, Zartonk received 2882 votes, Hayk – 1624 and Mer Hamaynk – 1258.
In Artashat, the Civil Contract party received 19794 votes, while the Orenk yev Ardarutyun (Law and Fairness) party received 9072 votes.
In Ararat the Civil Contract party again won, garnering 4988 votes. The Im Hzor Hamaynk party came in second with 4153 votes.
In Masis, the Civil Contract lost with 13461 votes to Davit Hambardzumyan Alliance, who received 14943.
In Vanadzor, the Mamikon Aslanyan Alliance won with 12810 votes, while the Civil Contract party got 8295. The Workers Socialist Party of Armenia received 4809 votes.
In Abovyan, Prosperous Armenia (BHK) won with 10403 votes, while Civil Contract garnered 8261.
The Karen Yeghiazaryan Alliance won in Aparan with 7421 votes. Civil Contract received 3705.
In Hzor Hamaynk party garnered 8666 votes in Vedi, while Civil Contract and Hanrapetutyun received 7960 and 3299 votes respectively.
The Civil Contract won in Jermuk with 2544 votes, and the Mer Hamaynk alliance and Aprelu Yerkir party received 236 and 118 votes respectively.
Meeting of Ararat Mirzoyan and Enrique Mora
A consultation on tax potential assessment held at Government
Russian MFA responds to the decision of the EU to deploy a new observation mission in Armenia
Armenia’s citizens to visit United Arab Emirates without visa
Wizz Air to start operating flights on several new routes
Gas supply to be restored in Stepanakert, but cut in the regions
Kremlin rules out any talks between Zelensky, Putin
The Secretary of the Security Council Had a Telephone Conversation with Kestutis Budrys
5-Day Weather Forecast in Armenia
Artsakh believes that "international anti-terrorist cooperation" must be considered to save blockaded 120,000 population
We Should Break Up with This Chain of Unworthy Compromises and Double Standards: Armen Gevorgyan's speech at PACE
New U.S. Ambassador to Russia, Lynne Tracy, arrives in Moscow
Azerbaijan leader attempts to assure France envoy that there is no blockade of Karabakh
First ever high-level EU-Armenia Political and Security Dialogue is taking place in Yerevan
Involvement of US, collective West in conflict in Ukraine grows: Kremlin
Vahagn Khachaturyan sent a congratulatory message to the Governor-General of Australia David Hurley
Artsakh government officials brief Canadian parliamentary committee on Azeri blockade
Efforts to focus international attention on the encroachments on the rights and security of the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh should be continued: Pashinyan
Alen Simonyan Meets with President of Football Association of Qatar
The First TUMO Center in Portugal to Open in 2023
Merkel’s, Hollande’s remarks on Minsk Accords signify betrayal: Russian top senator
NATO Secretary General says West should prepare for protracted conflict in Ukraine
5-Day Weather Forecast in Armenia
In the new year and coming years my only wish and counsel to our people is STRUGGLE: Serzh Sargsyan
Retired Pope Benedict XVI dies
Russian Foreign Ministry expresses concern over lack of progress in restoring Lachin corridor
People of Artsakh stand before the problem of realizing the right to life: Artsakh National Assembly President
Stranded citizens of Artsakh to spend New Year’s Eve honoring fallen troops at Yerablur cemetery in Yerevan
Garo Paylan urges Erdogan to take responsibility for ending the blockade of Nagorno- Karabakh
Iranian ambassador to Azerbaijan leaves for consultations at home
Wind: 1.54 km/h