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Armenian PM party wins parliamentary polls

 (FM) - The party of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has gained victory in parliamentary elections defeating his main rival, former president Robert Kocharyan.

Pashinyan, who had called for early elections in an effort to defuse political turmoil triggered by last year’s defeat in the war against Azerbaijan, won a convincing majority needed to remain prime minister.

Armenia holds early parliamentary elections to settle political turmoil caused by last year

 

 

 The country's electoral commission said on Monday that preliminary results from all 2,008 polling stations gave the Civil Contract party 53.92% percent of the ballots.

Pashinyan tweeted that his party will have a constitutional majority - at least 71 deputies out of 105 - and "will form a government led by me."

He said Armenia would strengthen ties with Russia-led regional groups, the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).

"We are determined to work on improving, deepening and developing relations (with CSTO and EAEU countries), and we will definitely move in this direction," Russia's RIA news agency quoted the PM as saying in an address broadcast on Facebook.

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