United Labour Party (Armenia)


United Labour Party (Armenia)

The United Labour Party (Armenian: Միավորված աշխատանքային կուսակցություն, "Miavorvats Ashkhatankayin Kusaksutyun") is a social-democratic political party in Armenia. It is led by Gurgen Arsenian. At the last elections, 25 may 2003, the party won 5.7 % of popular votes and 6 out of 131 seats. In the 2007 Armenian parliamentary elections it didn't win any seat with a popular vote of 4.39%.


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