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Nikol Pashinyan

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Date of Birth June 1, 1975
Age 47 years, 6 months, 11 days
Place of Birth Armenia
Country Armenia
Profession World Leader
Horoscope Gemini

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Parents Vova Pashinyan
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Spouse Anna Hakobyan
Children(s) Arpi Pashinyan, Ashot Pashinyan, Mariam Pashinyan, Shushan Pashinyan
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Nikol Pashinyan Biography

Nikol Pashinyan is a famous World Leader, who was born on June 1, 1975 in Armenia. Politician who rose to fame as the 20th Prime Minister of Armenia upon his election in May 2018. He helped lead the 2018 Armenian revolution as the head of the Armenian National Congress oppositional party. According to Astrologers, Nikol Pashinyan's zodiac sign is Gemini.

Nikol Pashinyan was born on June 1, 1975 in Ijevan, in the northeastern province of Tavush. At least one of his grandparents was from the village of Yenokavan, around 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from Ijevan. He was named after his paternal grandfather who died in World War II. He served in the 554th Rifle Regiment of the 138th Rifle Division and died in 1943. His father, Vova Pashinyan, worked as a football and volleyball coach and as a physical education teacher. His mother Svetlana died when he was 12 and he was mostly raised by his stepmother, Yerjanik, who was Vova’s second wife. He graduated from the Ijevan Secondary School N1 in 1991. During the Karabakh movement of 1988 Pashinyan organized students strikes, marches and demonstrations. He did not serve in the Armenian Army because his two elder brothers served before him and he was not obliged to serve by law. Pashinyan studied journalism at Yerevan State University (YSU) from 1991 to 1995. An excellent student, he was expelled from the university just before graduation for his criticism of the YSU leadership. In a 2015 interview Pashinyan stated that he considers himself more of a journalist because journalism brought him into politics.

He and his wife Anna share four children.

Nikol Pashinyan (Armenian: Նիկոլ Փաշինյան , pronounced [nikɔl pʰɑʃinjɑn] ; born 1 June 1975) is an Armenian politician serving as Prime Minister of Armenia since 8 May 2018 (as acting Prime Minister from 16 October to 9 December 2018). He is a former journalist and editor.

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Pashinyan became engaged in journalism in 1992 as a journalism student at the Yerevan State University (YSU). He worked at Dprutyun, Hayastan, Lragir, and Molorak newspapers. By 1995 he had a reputation of a leading and talented journalist by his colleagues. In 1998 he founded the daily Oragir (“Diary”). It was affiliated with the Nor Ughi (New Path) opposition party led by former Minister of Education Ashot Bleyan. During the 1999 parliamentary election Oragir was highly critical of Country of Legality, the party of Serzh Sargsyan, then Minister of the Interior and National Security, and Right and Accord Bloc led by Artashes Geghamyan and supported by Samvel Babayan, Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Minister. Overall, during the election Oragir published 281 articles on political parties participating in the election, of which 11 were positive. All positive coverage was given to HHSh, which the newspaper sympathized with.

Nikol Pashinyan Net Worth

Nikol Pashinyan is one of the richest World Leader & listed on most popular World Leader. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Nikol Pashinyan net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Nikol Pashinyan Net Worth & Salary
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Source of Income World Leader
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House Living in own house.

He rose to fame in his native Armenia as the editor of the country’s foremost liberal newspaper Haykakan Zhamanak. He became editor in 1999.

Pashinyan became engaged in journalism in 1992 as a journalism student at the Yerevan State University (YSU). He worked at Dprutyun, Hayastan, Lragir, and Molorak newspapers. By 1995 he had a reputation of a leading and talented journalist by his colleagues. In 1998 he founded the daily Oragir (“Diary”). It was affiliated with the Nor Ughi (New Path) opposition party led by former Minister of Education Ashot Bleyan. During the 1999 parliamentary election Oragir was highly critical of Country of Legality, the party of Serzh Sargsyan, then Minister of the Interior and National Security, and Right and Accord Bloc led by Artashes Geghamyan and supported by Samvel Babayan, Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Minister. Overall, during the election Oragir published 281 articles on political parties participating in the election, of which 11 were positive. All positive coverage was given to HHSh, which the newspaper sympathized with.

During the 1998 Armenian presidential election Pashinyan was a member of the election office of presidential candidate Ashot Bleyan, former Minister of Education and Science under president Levon Ter-Petrosyan. Bleyan was the leader of the New Path (Nor Ughi) Party, which had split from the Pan-Armenian National Movement (HHSh), the ruling party of Ter-Petrosyan.

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He became leader of the Way Out Alliance in May 2017 before eventually leading the 2018 Armenian Revolution. He spent one year in hiding between 2008-2009 for acts meant to spark revolution in Armenia.

On December 23, 1999 Pashinyan was beaten by a “gang” of dozen men who were reportedly led by a local businessman who was angered by an article in Haykakan Zhamanak that accused him of corruption.

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In 2002, Pashinyan’s Haykakan Zhamanak reprinted Levon Ter-Petrosyan’s 1997 article titled “War or Peace” in which the latter argued for a compromised solution in the Karabakh conflict, which would include loss of control by Armenian forces of several occupied/liberated territories of Azerbaijan. However, in recent years Pashinyan’s position on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been characterized as consistently hardline. Both in 2016 and 2017 he attacked Ter-Petrosyan’s stance on Karabakh. In a July 2016 interview Pashinyan stated that “There is no land to hand over to Azerbaijan,” referring to the Armenian-controlled territories surrounding Nagorno-Karabakh. He also claimed that Artsakh has its own claims which are controlled by Azerbaijan, namely the Shahumyan region.

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Ranked on the list of most popular World Leader. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Armenia. Nikol Pashinyan celebrates birthday on June 1 of every year.

In March 2002 Pashinyan was charged with slandering Hovhannes Yeritsyan, head of the civil aviation agency of Armenia, for allegedly insulting the latter in the November 6, 2001 issue of the newspaper, which featured a photo of Yeritsyan with the caption, “Degenerate officials recruited for the civil service.” The charges were condemned by the three largest parliamentary groups, including pro-government ones. The case was eventually dropped in April by prosecutors by citing lack of evidence.

On November 22, 2004 a Lada Niva car belonging to Pashinyan, parked outside the office of Haykakan Zhamanak exploded. The fire caused by the explosion was put out by firefighters. Pashinyan believed it was an attack perpetrated by Gagik Tsarukyan, an oligarch and MP close to president Robert Kocharyan who was deputy chairman of the Armenian Olympic Committee (AOC). He suggested it may have been a retaliation for a “derogatory cartoon” deploring the poor performance of Armenian athletes at the Athens Olympics. The newsparer staff believed it was hit by a Molotov cocktail or an improvised explosive device. A police inquiry immediately pointed to an apparent “breakdown of the car battery’s wires.” Tsarukyan denied any involvement. Instead, he stated: “In order to boost their standing people may say different unnecessary things,” after which he laughed. John Evans, the U.S. ambassador to Armenia, wrote in a leaked report that although Pashinyan did not substantiate his claims that the destruction of his car was an act of intimidation, “the authorities’ suggestion that Pashinyan’s car died of natural causes is hard to swallow.”

In July 2007 Pashinyan stated that the opposition can prevent vote rigging and defeat Serzh Sargsyan, the likely 2008 presidential successor of Kocharyan, only if they unite around a single presidential candidate. Levon Ter-Petrosyan, Armenia’s first president, made a comeback on September 21, 2007 – appearing publicly for the first time since his resignation in 1998. Pashinyan and Haykakan Zhamanak expressed support for Ter-Petrosyan. Pashinyan stood behind Ter-Petrosyan when the latter announced his comeback at the Marriott Hotel Yerevan. Pashinyan was considered a key ally of Ter-Petrosyan during the 2008 presidential election campaign and was a member of his election office. Joseph Pennington, Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan, described Pashinyan as Ter-Petrosyan’s “customary crowd-warmer” during the election campaign.

On May 9, 2007, three days before the election, Impeachment along with the Hanrapetutyun Party and New Times, marched on the National Security Service building to demand the release of Alexander Arzumanyan, whom they considered a political prisoner. It led to clashes, where policemen beat members of the opposition with batons. They also used tear gas to disperse the crowd. Pashinyan told the crowd: “Victory is not achieved at once. Victory is achieved step by step. Today we took a very important step towards our victory. Well done.” Ararat Mahtesyan, deputy chief of police, blamed Pashinyan for the violence: “Several participants led by Nikol Pashinyan provoked an incident with police, dashed to the National Security Service entrance, and when police tried to stop their movement, scuffles broke out.” The police’s actions were condemned by other opposition parties. Members of the opposition later moved to Freedom Square where they held a demonstration. Impeachment garnered 17,475 votes and came in 13th, with 1.28% of the overall vote, far below the threshold. Following the election, Pashinyan held a two-day sit-in at Freedom Square to denounce the election results as rigged and demand the invalidation of its results. Pashinyan left the Constitutional Court in protest on June 7, claiming judicial farce and prejudgment.

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