The National Assembly of Armenia has approved Artur Dzhavadyan as the new Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Armenia after he was proposed by the President. In what looks like a big vote of confidence, ArmInfo reported there were 86 votes in support and seven votes against Dzhavadyan's candidacy.
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