AVETISYAN Sukias

AVETISYAN Sukias

Born on April 28, 1959 in Leninakan (Gyumri.)

1982 -1983 - Served in the Soviet Army.

1981 - Graduated from the Faculty of Construction of Leninakan branch of Yerevan Polytechnic Institute.

1988 - Finished the Moscow LYCU Higher Educational School.

2004 - Postgraduate of the Institute of Economic Reforms and the Department of Public Administration adjunct to the Government of the Republic of Armenia. Engineer-builder, Candidate for Economy.

1973 - 1975 - Worker at Leninakan state selection station.

1978 - 1981 - Commander of student’s construction detachment of Leninakan branch of Yerevan Polytechnic Institute in Mari autonomous Republic and in Tyumen province.

1981 - 1982 - Secretary of the Lenin Youth Communist Union (LYCU) Committee of the Leninakan branch of the Yerevan Polytechnic Institute.

1984 - 1989 - Secretary of LYCU Committee of Leninakan Electrical Technical factory, Head of the ALYCU Leninakan City Committee division, the first Secretary of the Moskovyan district committee of the city.

1989 - 1990 - Instructor at the Leninakan City Council of the Communist Party of Armenia.

1990 - Elected as Deputy of Leninakan City Council.

1990 - 1999 - Chief Engineer in the Housing Industrial Department of Leninakan Moskovyan District Department, Head of the Housing Communal Department of the Executive Committee of the Gyumri City Council, Deputy Chair of the Executive Committee of the Gyumri City Council, Deputy Mayor.

1999 - 2001 - Member of the Committee on Construction and Disaster Zone adjunct to the Government.

2000 - Chairman of the “Gyumri” Football Club.

2004 - 2007 - Chairman of the Management Council of School #25 in Gyumri.

2005 - Member of the Management Council of Gyumri State Pedagogical Institute.

2006 - Executive Committee Member of the Football Federation of the Republic of Armenia.

2009 - Lecturer at Gyumri branch of the Armenian State University of Economics.

2011 - Elected Chair of the Women’s Football Commission of the Executive Committee of the Football Federation of the Republic of Armenia.

1995 - 1999 - Deputy of the National Assembly (#52 electoral district.) Member of the Standing Committee on State and Legal Affairs of the National Assembly. Member of the Deputy Groups “Reforms” and then of “Yerkrapah.” Non partisan.

1999 - 2003 - Deputy of the National Assembly (electoral district #61.) Member of the Standing Committee on State and Legal Affairs of the National Assembly.

1999 - 2000 - Member of the Ad-hoc Committee on the Examinations of the Events on October 27, 1999. Member of the “Unity” faction. Member of the RPA.

2003 - 2007 - Deputy of the National Assembly (#47 electoral district.)

2003 - 2004 - Member of the Standing Committee on Science, Education, Culture and Youth of the National Assembly.

2004 - 2007 - Deputy Chair of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Health Care and Environment of the National Assembly.

2003 - 2004 - Member of the Ad-hoc Committee on Determining the Options for the Savings Deposits of Citizens of the Republic of Armenia in “Armsberbank.” Head of the Armenia – Canada Inter - parliamentary Deputy Friendship Group. Member of the RPA faction. RPA member.

2008 - 2012 - Deputy of the National Assembly (proportional electoral system, RPA.)

May 21, 2008 - July 11, 2008 - Member of the Standing Committee on Science, Education, Culture, Youth and Sport of the National Assembly.

July 11, 2008 - June11, 2008 - Member of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs of the National Assembly.

June 11, 2008 - May 31, 2012 - Deputy Chair of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs of the National Assembly. Member of the RPA faction. Member of the RPA council.

June 4, 2012 - Elected Deputy of the National Assembly by proportional electoral system from the Republican Party of Armenia.

2001 - Academician of the International Academy of Nature and Public Sciences.

1981 - Awarded the Medal of the USSR SC “Excellence in Work.”

2006 - Medal of Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia.

Mr. Avetisyan is married with three children.