18 February 2013, Monday, 19:08
author: Galiya Nabieva
On Monday, February 18, presidential elections started in Armenia. In the country 1988 electoral districts are opened.
The chairman of the Central Electoral Committee of Bashkortostan Republic Haidar Valeev takes part in the international supervision at presidential elections of Armenia. Haidar Valeev is included in the Mission of Observers from the CIS countries, the republican Central Electoral Commission explains.
These are the sixth presidential elections of Armenia from the moment of independence getting by the country in 1991. Seven candidates, including the president in office, the leader of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) Serzh Sargsyan apply for the post of the head of the state.