ARMENIAN OPPOSITION BLOC HAS NOT YET APPEALED TO CONSTITUTIONAL COURT TO CANCEL ELECTION RESULTS
- YEREVAN. - Armenian National Congress (ANC) has not yet appealed to the Constitutional Court, spokesperson for the Court Hovhannes Papikyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am.
Earlier the agency informed that the opposition ANC bloc intends to appeal to the Court demanding that the May 6 parliamentary elections results should be canceled, the ANC member Aram Manukyan claimed during the Tuesday's rally in Yerevan.
To note, the ANC hardly managed to poll over 7 percent and enter the new parliament.
Five parties and one political bloc will be represented in the 131-seat National Assembly (Parliament) of Armenia: Republican Party of Armenia - 44.05% (663,066 votes), Prosperous Armenia Party - 30.20% (454,684 votes), Armenian National Congress - 7.10% (106,910 votes), Heritage Party - 5.79% (87,095 votes), ARF Dashnaktsutyun Party - 5.73% (86, 296 votes), and Orinats Yerkir Party - 5.49% (82,690 votes).
- 330 Emperor Constantine the First moves his capital from Rome to Byzantium, which was renamed Constantinople in his honor.
- 1895 Sultan Abdul Hamid the Second proclaims the reforms for Western Armenia. He signed them, under pressure, on 1895 10 18. In any case, they were never implemented.
- 1917 The Caucasian Assembly of Armenian teachers first meets in Tbilissi (Georgia).
- 1918 Start of the Batoom Conference between Turkish and Armenian government representatives. The Armenian side was represented by A. Khateessyan, H. Qatjaznoonee, and S. Vratsian.