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Armenian Communist Party won't support other political forces in the presidential election - 20132012-12-17 14:18
Communist Party of Armenia (CPA) won't support any political force in the upcoming presidential election, the first secretary of the Central Committee of the CPA Ruben Tovmasyan said on Monday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We will determine the format of the CPA participation in presidential election during the plenary session of the Central Committee, which is scheduled till December 30, and then we will announce our decision", the News-Armenia quoted Tovmasyan.
Nomination of candidates for president of Armenia starts on December 25 and runs until January 4.
As recalled by the Caucasian Knot, on November 20, the CPA held a procession in Yerevan in the honor of the 92nd anniversary of the Sovietization of Armenia. About 100 people have taken part in the event.
The Communists marched from the monument to the first head of the Armenian Soviet government Alexander Myasnikyan to the monument of one of the closest associates of Lenin Stepan Shaumyan. The demonstrators laid flowers to the two monuments. After the procession, a solemn meeting took place.