The ruling party of Armenia took the lead in the parliamentary elections
The ruling Republican party of Armenia leader, held on Sunday, 2 April parliamentary elections. This is evidenced by the exit poll company Gallup International, reports TASS.
According to the poll, the party received 46 percent. On the second place — “Tsarukyan” with 25 percent. The third line, and 10 percent goes to the block “EFC” (“Exodus”), with 5 percent going to get the Armenian revolutionary Federation.
In the elections also were part of the “Free Democrats”, the “Armenian Renaissance” and the Communist party, as well as blocks “Ohanyan-Raffi-Oskanyan” and the Armenian national Congress people’s party of Armenia (Congress-ANC).
As noted, the margin of sampling error is 2-3%. The survey was conducted on 125 polling stations across Armenia.
Earlier, on 2 April it was reported that the electronic system at the polling station failed to recognize the fingerprints of the Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.
Voting in elections to the National Assembly were held at more than two thousand plots in 8:00 to 20:00 local time (7:00 to 19:00 Moscow). For representation in legislature parties need to overcome the five percent barrier blocks — seven percent. Turnout there.
National Assembly elections — the first after the adoption of the amendments to the Constitution, which provide for the transition to a parliamentary form of government.