Renewed Communist Party of Armenia

Renewed Communist Party of Armenia

Renewed Communist Party of Armenia (in Armenian: "Hayastani Noratsvats Komunistakan Kusaktsutyun") was a political party in Armenia. HNKK was formed on May 25 2002, by former Armenian Communist Party (HKK) leaders Yuri Manukian and Grant Voskanyan who had been expelled from HKK the previous year on the grounds that they had advocated cooperation with the government. Manukian became the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the party.

HNKK published "Khosq Bazmatc".

HNKK supported Robert Kocharyan in the 2003 presidential elections.

In the May 2003 parliamentary elections HNKK launched 40 candidates. The party got 6200 votes (0.53%). The electoral slogan of the party was "Motherland. Work. Socialism.".

On July 7 the same year, HNKK merged into the United Communist Party of Armenia.

List of candidates in the 2003 parliamentary election

# Manukyan Yura
# Voskanyan Hrant
# Melik-Ohanjanyan Yuri
# Hayrapetyan Volodya
# Gevorgyan Nelli
# Mazmanyan Levon
# Baroyan Vladimir
# Stepanyan Herbert
# Sahakyan Hayk
# Razgoeva Svetlana
# Hovhannisyan Samvel
# Tovmasyan Eduard
# Mikoyan Artavazd
# Kharbutyan Galust
# Khachatryan Gagik
# Hovsepyan Armen
# Chagharyan Samvel
# Papyan Levon
# Gevorgyan Andranik
# Hambardzumyan Arshak
# Hovakimyan Irina
# Mkrtchyan Ruben
# Chakhalyan Arsen
# Stepanyan Minas
# Ohanjanyan Razmik
# Amiryan Ashot
# Petrosyan Lyova
# Sahakyan Seryoja
# Movsisyan Sergey
# Manukyan Jora
# Ghazaryan Arman
# Hakobyan Tsoghik
# Harutyunyan Henrik
# Lalayan Kamo
# Israyelyan Rima
# Jajoyan Senjik
# Kharatyan Tamara
# Ajamoghyan Vrej
# Alexsanyan Karen
# Avagyan Vladik


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