ADL Supreme Council Meets in New Jersey


ENGLEWOOD, N.J. — The Armenian Democratic Liberal Party (ADL) Supreme Council held a regular meeting on the weekend of March 24 to 26 in New Jersey with the participation of members from various far-flung corners of the world. Political party structural issues as well as achievements and plans were discussed. Progress in reorganizing the party, and in the field of the press and news media, was reviewed.

At its meeting, the Council created committees tasked with the formation of youth structures in the diaspora and Armenia. Plans were developed to create party structures and information agencies within newly formed communities, along with disseminating already existing party organs.

The ADL Supreme Council is the highest body in the party, to which all party districts are subject. Its decisions and plans will soon be published. The Supreme Council members visiting from various countries had the opportunity to participate in several events in the New York area and visited Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, Primate of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on March 26 at St. Vartan Cathedral.


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