Tuesday, September 11, 2007


ARKA News Agency, Armenia
10/09/2007 14:30

YEREVAN, September 10. /ARKA/. Nagorno-Karabakh President Bako Saakyan accepted the government's resignation on Saturday.

Presidential press office told ARKA News Agency on Monday that ministers will keep fulfilling their duty until a new government composition.

According to the press release, the president signed a decree relieving Keren Baburyan, the head of presidential staff, from duty.

By another decree, the president appointed Marat Musaelyan to this post.

Musaelyan was born in 1957 in Stepanakert. He graduated from Stepanakert Pedagogical Institute.

After completing his military service, Musaelyan worked at various responsible posts.

In 1992, he completed a post-graduate course in Russia's Governance Academy and earned Ph Dr degree.

Musaelyan worked in Armenian Defense Ministry's system from 1992 to 1995.

From 1995 to 2007, he worked at Armenian National Security Service. He is colonel.

Nako Saakyan won presidency on July 19, 2007. About 64% of those eligible to vote supported his candidacy in these elections.

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