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Ex-president to head opposition alliance in Armenia parliamentary vote

Ex-president to head opposition alliance in Armenia parliamentary vote

PanARMENIAN.Net - Former Armenian president Levon Ter-Petrosyan will head the proportional list of Armenian National Congress (ANC)-People's Party of Armenia alliance.

Following Ter-Petrosyan are Stepan Demirchyan, Levon Zurabyan, Zoya Tadevosyan, Aram Manukyan, Gagik Jhangiryan, Vahagn Khachatryan, Lida Melikyan, Davit Matevosyan, Stepan Minasyan, said Zurabyan, who is the ANC parliamentary group leader.

In a conversation with reporters, Zurabyan unveiled the first 22 names on the list, which included Myasnik Malkhasyan, Vladimir Karapetyan and Arman Musinyan.

The list is comprised of a total of 133 candidates, Zurabyan noted.

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