Aram Sargsyan

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Aram Sargsyan
Aram Sargsyan 2010.jpg
Prime Minister of Armenia
In office
3 November 1999 – 2 May 2000
Preceded by Vazgen Sargsyan
Succeeded by Andranik Margaryan
Leader of the Republic Party
Incumbent
Assumed office
April 2001
Preceded by position established
Personal details
Born (1961-01-02) 2 January 1961 (age 53)
Ararat, Armenian SSR, Soviet Union
Political party Republic
Relations Vazgen Sargsyan (brother)
Alma mater Yerevan Polytechnic University
Occupation Civil engineer
Religion Armenian Apostolic
This article is about Armenian Prime Minister. For last secretary of the ASSR Communist Party of Armenia and the founder of the Armenian Democratic Party, see Aram Gaspar Sargsyan. For the Armenian pop singer, see Aram Mp3.

Aram Sargsyan (Armenian: Արամ Սարգսյան; 2 January 1961) is an Armenian political figure. He was Prime Minister of Armenia from 3 November 1999, to 2 May 2000.[1][2]

He is the younger brother of Vazgen Sargsyan. In 2001 he founded the oppositional party "Republic". He supported opposition leader Levon Ter-Petrosyan in the 2008 Armenian presidential election.

Sargsyan was elected to the Armenian National Assembly in May 2012 with the Armenian National Congress, but he didn't accept the seat.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Government biography Accessed 2 April 2009. Archived 2 April 2009.
  2. ^ "WORLD BANK: World Bank President expresses cocondolences & continued economic support for Armenia." M2 Presswire November 16, 1999
  3. ^ No Thanks: Party leader Sargsyan joins Ter-Petrosyan in giving up mandate
Political offices
Preceded by
Vazgen Sargsyan
Prime Minister of Armenia
1999-2000
Succeeded by
Andranik Margaryan