Armenia: New Parliament elected – look

That came from the counting of the first ballot papers, as the election control in the capital Yerevan announced on Monday night. According to this, after evaluating the votes in over two-thirds of the polling stations, the 46-year-old Pashinyan led with his party civil contract with just under 57 percent. The 66-year-old Kocharyan with his Armenia bloc, on the other hand, was just under 19 percent, according to the electoral commission in Yerevan.

Pashinyan celebrated a “convincing majority” in front of his supporters early this morning. After the “severe trials” of the recent past, the time for “social and national unity” has now come.