THE ACTING PARLIAMENT DOES NOT EXPRESS PUBLIC WILL
October 5, 12:00

During the public discussion “Snap Parliamentary Election Mechanisms” held on October 5 at Gyumri’s Shirak State university the speakers dwelt upon the necessity of snap parliamentary elections and options of dissolving the acting parliament. 

The most probable option of dissolving the parliament according to the speakers is those of all the deputies to put down their mandates

Another scenario is that of the prime minister's resignation. In this case there is no guarantee that the other forces will not nominate another candidate.

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