- Rule of Law (Armenia)
Rule of Law
Leader Artur Baghdasarian Founded 1998 Ideology Centrism International affiliation Centrist Democrat International Official colours Red National Assembly of Armenia Website http://www.oek.am Politics of Armenia
Rule of Law (Օրինաց երկիր, Orinats Erkir, OEK) is a centrist political party in Armenia, led by Artur Baghdasarian. It is the fourth largest party in the Armenian National Assembly. In the 2007 Armenian parliamentary elections, it only obtained 9 seats in parliament, in contrast to 19 seats in the 2003 elections.
Rule of Law political party is part of the newly formed ruling coalition.
- ^ Centrist Democrat International
- ^ "RA CEC DECLARED SERGE SARGSIAN ARMENIA’S PRESIDENT", defacto.am, 25 February 2008.
- Rule of Law Party official site
Political parties in Armenia Parliamentary parties Other partiesArmenian National Congress - United Labour Party - National Unity - New Times - People's Party - Union Party - People's Party of Armenia - Republic Party - Impeachment Union - New Country - Liberal Democratic Union of Armenia - Mighty Fatherland - Democratic Liberal Party - Social Democrat Hunchakian Party - Democratic Liberal Party of Armenia - Dignity, Democracy, Motherland - Union of Industrialists and Women - Armenian Communist Party - Law and Unity - All Armenian Labour Party - Armenakan-Democratic Liberal Party - Armenian Aryan Union
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