Another lawmaker from Armenia’s ruling majority resigns


YEREVAN, September 17. /ARKA/. A member of the Armenian parliament Armen Pambukhchyan from the ruling My Step parliamentary majority has filed a resignation application.

Earlier, another MP from My Step Arsen Julfalakyan said that he was resigning due to disagreements with the Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports Arayik Harutyunyan.

“I would like to note that at my request and with the consent of the political team, I will continue my civil service in the executive branch,” Pambukhchyan said in a Facebook post.

Armen Pambukhchyan was born in 1984 in Yerevan. In 2006 he graduated from the Law Faculty of Hrachya Acharyan University. He is a founding member of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s Civil Contract party.

Pambukhchyan held various positions in financial organizations and also as deputy minister of transport, communications and information technology. He was elected to parliament in December 9 early elections. He is married and has two children. -0-


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