FORMER YEREVAN MAYOR TO BECOME MINISTER? - NEWSPAPER
- YEREVAN. - Armenian capital city Yerevan's former Mayor Gagik Beglaryan will sit on the saddle again, Irates De Facto writes.
"According to the sources close to the Presidential Palace, he will assume the office of Territorial Administration Minister. [And] Perhaps this is why the Deputy PM's job was detached as a separate structure.
To note, the rumors with respect to Gagik Beglaryan being appointed to the office of Territorial Administration Minister were being circulated even before the [May 6] parliamentary elections," Irates De Facto writes.
- 1818 Birth of Gevorg Hakhverdyan (philologist) in Tbilissi (Georgia). He died in 1861.
- 1860 Constantinople's National General Assembly adopts (and the Patriarch ratifies) the National Constitution of Western Armenia.
- 1921 Stalin, through the illegal decision of the Caucasian Bureau of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party, separates Artsakh (Mountainous Gharabagh) from Armenia and forcibly annexes it to Azerbaijan.