Rule of Law party not to form part of Armenia’s ruling coalition (updated)

“The Rule of Law party has been a force forming part of the ruling coalition for the past six years. But the country has seen different parliament speakers, presidents and premiers. However, we have not had any influence on the decisions, and we do not consider it advisable to continue our activities as part of the coalition...”

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