In Armenia, constitutional reforms council votes to maintain parliamentary system of government
2 December 2022
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The Constitutional Reforms Council [...] voted in favor—and with the majority of votes—of maintaining and improving the parliamentary governance model in Armenia.
The matter of selecting the form of governance in Armenia was on the agenda of the meeting.
Council member Masis Melkonyan presented the necessity and reasons for switching to a presidential form of government in Armenia.
Davit Hakobyan, a member of the Specialized Commission for Constitutional Reforms, presented the necessity and reasons for maintaining the parliamentary form of government in the country.
After the respective presentations, there was a question-and-answer session between the members of the council and the speakers, and the members of the council delivered remarks.
At the end of the meeting, the Constitutional Reforms Council voted in favor—by 8 votes, 1 against, and 1 abstention—of preserving the parliamentary form of government and improving the parliamentary government model in Armenia.
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