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Armenian politician proposes abolishing presidential office

January 11, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

The leader of the National Self-Determination Union has proposes a constitutional reform that would make it possible to abolish the presidential office in Armenia.
Paruyr Hayrikyan, who has filed his candidacy for next month’s presidential election, said Friday that he will enforce his plan in six months, if elected a president. “If I do not attain desired results in six month, I will raise a public wave which will be followed by constitutional reforms. People will elect a National Assembly speaker and a prime minister, and I will submit a resignation then as I am going to eliminate the presidential office,” he told reporters.
The politician said a parliamentary majority is the only format to provide a solution to the existing problem.
“I wish to become a president to make the country the most democratic state and implement constitutional reforms. I have jointed the political campaign with the right to self-determination,” he added.

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