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Deputy PM may seek for higher post - paper

Deputy PM may seek for higher post - paper

PanARMENIAN.Net - According to Hraparak paper, political circles are now debating on the potential candidate to head the government after the parliamentary elections.

Some rumors say the Prosperous Armenia will hardly agree to form a coalition and take over responsibility for the government further headed by current prime minister Tigran Sargsyan who has been much criticized.

Prosperous Armenia may compromise this issue by agreeing to see current deputy PM Armen Gevorgyan proposed as head of the government.

The paper says this would be an acceptable yet interim move for Prosperous Armenia, until a final candidate is selected.

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