The pre-election campaign in Armenia has officially been launched for the early parliamentary elections scheduled for June 20, 2021. 

In all major cities of Armenia, billboards of various political forces have appeared, and the party leaders are already traveling around the country, meeting the voters, and criticizing their opponents.

Twenty-six political parties and blocs are vying for at least 101 seats in the next Armenian parliament that will decide the political future.

The parties will need to win at least 5 percent of the vote in order to be represented in the National Assembly. The legal vote threshold for blocs is set at 7 percent.

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