Presidential candidate Serzh Sargsyan attended Precinct 9/11 stationed in Yerevan's Spendiarov School N24 to vote in the presidential election.
He was accompanied by his spouse Rita Sargsyan who was the first to cast the ballot in the box. Serzh Sargsyan put the ballot into the envelope in front of media representatives after leaving the ballot booth.
"I vote for the future of Armenia," the incumbent said. He said he is confident that a fair and transparent election will be held in the republic.
When Mr Sargsyan was leaving the polling station a disabled woman approached him. Mrs Anahit, a resident of Gyumri city, asked Serzh Sargsyan to help her son, who, as the mother said, had been unjustly convicted. She asked for a meeting with the president and demanded fair trial.
Sargsyan promised to receive the desperate woman after the election.
Seven candidates are running in the Monday election: chairman of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (HHK), incumbent president Serzh Sargsyan, Heritage party chairman Raffi Hovannisian, leader of Freedom party, former prime minister Hrant Bagratyan, former foreign minister of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Arman Melikyan, Chairman of the National Self-Determination Union party Paruyr Hayrikyan, Radio Hay director Andrias Ghukasyan and epos expert Vardan Sedrakyan.