Karapetyan government

Karapetyan’s government is the governing body of the Armenia , as of 2017. Karen Karapetyan was designated Prime Minister by President Serzh Sargsyan on September 13, 2016.

The incumbent government of Armenia is a coalition government formed by the Republican and Armenian Revolutionary Federation and Karen Karapetyan.

The government of Armenia consists of eighteen ministries and eight adjunct bodies. Each ministry is responsible for elaborating and making governmental decisions in its respective sphere. [1]

Structure

Ministries

Main office holders
Office name Party Since
Prime Minister of Armenia Karen Karapetyan Republican Party September 13, 2016
Vice Prime MinisterMinister of International Economic Integration and Reforms Gabrielyan cow Republican Party 20 September 2016
Minister of Defense Vigen Sargsyan Republican Party 3 October 2016
Minister of Economic Development and Investments Suren Karayan Republican Party 27 September 2016
Minister of Agriculture Ignati Arakelyan Republican Party 20 September 2016
Minister of Culture Armen Amiryan Republican Party 27 September 2016
Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan Republican Party 1 October 2008
Minister of Nature Protection Artsvik Minasyan Armenian Revolutionary Federation 27 September 2016
Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan Armenian Revolutionary Federation 27 September 2016
Minister of Energy Infrastructure and Natural Resources Ashot Manukyan Non-partisan 20 September 2016
Minister of Finance Vardan Aramyan Republican Party 20 September 2016
Minister of Foreign Affairs Eduard Nalbandyan Non-partisan April 15, 2008
Minister of Healthcare Levon Altunyan Republican Party 27 September 2016
Minister of Justice Davit Harutyunyan Republican Party May 25, 2017
Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Artem Asatryan Republican Party 16 June 2012
Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Hrachya Rostomyan Non-partisan 27 September 2016
Minister of Territorial Administration and Development Davit Lokyan Armenian Revolutionary Federation 27 September 2016
Minister of Emergency Situations Davit Tonoyan Non-partisan February 6, 2017
Minister of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies Vahan Martirosyan Republican Party 20 September 2016

Adjunct bodies

The role of adjoining bodies is to be elaborated, implemented and administered in each sphere. Similar to ministries, adjunct bodies are subordinate to Prime Minister. There are eight adjunct bodies to Armenian government. [2]

Adjunct body Head Party Since in office
General Department of Civil Aviation Sergey Avetisyan Non-party 8 June 2016
National Security Service Georgy Kutoyan Non-party February 12, 2016
State Nuclear Safety Regulatory Committee by the Government Ashot Martirosyan Non-party 17 September 2008
Police Vladimir Gasparyan Non-party 1 November 2011
State Committee of the Real Estate Cadastre Martin Sargsyan Republican Party 3 June 2014
State Property Management Department Arman Sahakyan Republican Party 22 June 2011
State Revenue Committee Vardan Harutyunyan Non-party October 8, 2016
State Urban Development Committee Narek Sargsyan Non-party October 11, 2016

References

  1. Jump up^ Armenian GovernmentOfficial Website of the Government of Armenia
  2. Jump up^ Adjunct bodies of government of ArmeniaOfficial website of the government of Armenia

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