Marat Terterov: Armenia’s long term security will be better served by strengthening economic security, rather than defining national security on the basis of the Tsarist Russian catch-cry “armiya i flot”
In 2013 Prosecutor General of Armenia Aghvan Hovsepyan will leave his position as his 6-year term expires this year. Afterwards, the president will nominate a new candidate for the given position and the National Assembly will appoint a new Prosecutor General. Hovsepyan was appointed Prosecutor General in September 2007.
A Yerevan-based newspaper Zhoghovurd writes that President Serzh Sargsyan no longer wants to see Hovsepyan on the position of Prosecutor General, but he has no yet adopted a final decision on the new candidate for the given position. The paper writes that Sargsyan will study the issue after the presidential election.