Overview of Armenia Government
Armenia Government is the highest regulatory body of the Republic of Armenia. Armenian president serves as the topmost executive authority of the Armenia Government. The president is also in charge of appointing the prime minister. Prime minister appoints the ministerial body of the Armenia Government. The overall framework of Armenia Government is a multiparty, unitary, democratic republic. Features of Armenia Government
- Election, which is held every five years, determines who is going to be the president of the Armenia Government. The last Presidential election in the Republic of Armenia took place in the year 2003.
- The National Assembly of Armenia is an important part of the government of Armenia. 135 elected members comprise the National Assembly of Armenia. The National Assembly represents the multiparty nature of the Armenia Government. The Armenian president is authorized to apply veto power.
- Armenian parliament is a typical unicameral parliament. The Armenian Revolutionary, Federation, the Conservative Republican Party and the Country of Law party are the three major political parties that regulate the Armenian parliament.
- The origin of the independent Republic of Armenia dates back to September 21, 1991. Since then Armenia Government has maintained a diplomatic relation with all flourishing economies of the world.
Armenia Government aided by its strong constitutional backup attempt to emerge as one of the most prominent nations in the world.