Nikol Pashinyan calling the election in cold freezing winter December month strategy worked. because most of his supporters Are Young University and most of them are located in and around Yerevan Area and you can see why the Voter turnout 38.04% as of 5pm are low because most of the villagers and the mountainous people probably wouldn’t be able to go vote. because of the weather condition another Pashinyan brilliant strategy.
Election Update: According to the Central Electoral Commission a total of 1,260,840 eligible voters or 48.63 percent had cast their ballots once polls closed at 8 p.m. The highest voter turnout was in Yerevan at 60.6 percent, followed by Vayots Dzor at 55.9 percent and Tavush at 53 percent. During the 2017 parliamentary elections, total voter turnout was 60.86 percent.
Election Numbers change again as of 3:04 PM
YEREVAN. – The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of Armenia has counted 20.06 percent of ballots from 623 of the 2,010 election precincts, and which were cast in Sunday’s National Assembly election.
Nikol Pashinyan’s “My Step” is leading with 70.05% (177,235 votes), the second is Prosperous Armenia with 8.57% (21,692) and “Bright Armenia” is the third with 6.36% (16,101).
They are followed by ARF Dashanktsutyun with 4.67% (11,809), the Republican Party of Armenia with 4.18% (10,581), We bloc with 2,18% (5,509), Sasna Tsrer party with 1.55 (3,922), Citizen’s Decision Social Democratic Party with 0.62% (1,565), Christian People’s Revival party with 0.46% (1,158), National Progress with 0.33% (836).
Pashinyan win big 60%