Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia

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Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia
Հայաստանի Հանրապետության փոխվարչապետ
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Incumbent
Tigran Avinyan
Mher Grigoryan

since 11 May 2018
Member ofCabinet of Armenia
ResidenceGovernment House
SeatYerevan
AppointerPresident of Armenia, based on Prime Minister's proposal
Inaugural holderKaren Karapetyan, Vache Gabrielyan and Armen Gevorgyan
Formation17 April 2018
Websitewww.gov.am
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The Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia is the official deputy of the head of government of Armenia. The position was introduced after constitutional amendments which was approved in a constitutional referendum in 2015 and took in effect in 2018.[citation needed]

According to Constitution of Armenia the number of Deputy Prime Ministers can be up to three.[1]

The current Deputy Prime Ministers are Tigran Avinyan and Mher Grigoryan.[2]

List of Deputy Prime Ministers of Armenia[edit]

Name Term of Office Political Party Prime Minister
Karen Karapetyan[a] 17 April 2018 23 April 2018 Republican Party of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan

(Sargsyan II)

Vache Gabrielyan 17 April 2018 23 April 2018 Republican Party of Armenia
Armen Gevorgyan 17 April 2018 23 April 2018 Republican Party of Armenia
Ararat Mirzoyan[b] 11 May 2018 12 January 2019 Civil Contract Nikol Pashinyan

(Pashinyan I
and Pashinyan II)

Tigran Avinyan 11 May 2018 Civil Contract
Mher Grigoryan 11 May 2018 Independent

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ First Deputy Prime Minister
  2. ^ First Deputy Prime Minister

References[edit]

  1. ^ Constitution of the Republic of Armenia, art. 147
  2. ^ "Mher Grigoryan and Tigran Avinyan re-appointed as Deputy PMs". news.am. Retrieved 2019-01-17.

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