There is no issue of transition from a presidential to parliamentary form of government on the agenda of Armenia's ruling Republican Party, the vice-speaker of the National Assembly Edward Sharmazanov told journalists after the meeting the Republican Party's executive body, News Armenia reported.
"There is no issue of changing the government system on the agenda of the authority, Republican Party of Armenia and there is no issue of transition to the parliamentary form of government on our agenda," he stated commenting on establishment of the commission for constitutional reforms.
However, Sharmazanov didn't specify what issues the commission will be engaged in stating that when the commission member begins work, they will present them.
On September 4, in accordance with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan's decision, a professional commission under the president was established which will be engaged with constitutional reform. The Commission for Constitutional Reforms is ordered to submit the conception of constitutional reforms to the president by April 20, 2014.
After the conception is approved by the president within nine months, the project of reforms worked out by the commission should be submitted to him.
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