At the conclusion of a three-day convocation in Yerevan, Armenia, the following announcement was released by the Reform and Unity Movement, which claims to represent the only legitimate entity, based on the bylaws of the Armenian Democratic Liberal Party (ADL), and plans to unite the splinter groups in the party. The Coordinating Committee of this movement will serve in a provisional leadership role until a lawful Central Board of the ADL is elected.
YEREVAN – The Armenian Democratic Liberal Party (ADL)’s Reform and Unity Movement held its second convocation in Yerevan from April 19 to 21 with the participation of 63 representatives from 12 different countries, as well as leaders of the central executive of the ADL of the Republic of Armenia and leaders of the Liberal Democrat party of Artsakh.
The Reform Movement’s assembly took place in the sad morrow of the recent four-day war in Artsakh, which provided the opportunity to our compatriots of the diaspora to express their sympathy and support to the heroic people of Artsakh. In other words, this meeting took place at a historic moment when the strength of all Armenians should be mustered to face the present geopolitical challenges facing Armenia and Artsakh.
Reports were presented about ADL party structures in Armenia, Artsakh and various countries of the diaspora. In conclusion to the discussions which took place, a series of constructive plans were adopted for the future.
On the opening day of the convocation, Armenia’s Deputy Minister of the Diaspora Vahagn Melikian spoke words of welcome in the name of Diaspora Minister Hranoush Hakobyan.
The assembly in particular examined the divided situation of the party, and made certain decisions in this connection.