Aram Manukyan

Will Pashinyan topple Tsarukyan?

Armenia's State Revenue Committee is demonstrating keen interest in the companies owned by leader of Prosperous Armenia party Gagik Tsarukyan. Vice-chairman of State Revenue Committee Edward …

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Will Dashnaks topple Pashinyan?

The Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) Dashnaktsutyun political party plans to initiate a no-confidence vote against the Armenian government, the Hraparak newspaper reported citing informed sources in the party. According to …

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Pashinyan announces "revolution against reality"

Despite Prime Minister Nicol Pashinian's calls, an extraordinary session of the Armenian parliament passed today a set of amendments to the Law on the Regulations of the National Assembly in the second and final reading, …

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Serzh Sargsyan remains in power

Armenia's ex-prime minister Serzh Sargsyan will continue to be the head of the Republican Party, the possibility of changing the party's head is not being considered at the moment, the chairman of the National …

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Serzh Sargsyan elected Armenia’s Prime Minister

Armenia’s former president Serzh Sargsyan has been elected a Prime Minister with 77 votes for and 17 against, speaker of the National Assembly Ara Babloyan said. Serzh Sargsyan was nominated by the Republican …

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Armenian press review (March 10 - 16)

Why Russian journalists know all the military secrets of Armenia, what surprises the authorities can expect from the voters in Yerevan during the upcoming parliamentary elections, and why the government has not resigned yet

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Results 2015: Armenia

By tradition, at the end of the year Vestnik Kavkaza sums up achievements of the countries of the region: what they have msnsged to achieve over the past year in the political and economic spheres, and they failed to achieve. Today, our experts …

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ECHR accepts ANC's lawsuit against Armenia

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has accepted to consider the lawsuit, which the opposition faction Armenian National Congress filed against the Armenian government in 2010, a representative of the Armenian National Congress, …

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Referendum on constitutional reform starts in Armenia

Today, Armenia is holding a referendum on amendments to the constitution, which provide for a transition from a presidential to a parliamentary form of government. 1997 stations have been set up in Yerevan and in all regions of 41 electoral …

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Rally against constitutional reform starts in Yerevan

The New Armenia Public Salvation Front launched around-the-clock sit-in in Yerevan’s Liberty Square yesterday after the opposition march against the constitutional amendments in the country's constitution. The participants stayed …

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Who needs parliamentary republic in Armenia?

The next stage of the constitutional reform in Armenia has started today: 103 members of the parliament supported and 10 votes were against the adoption of the new Constitution. According to it, Armenia should …

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Tigran Atanesyan: Armenia's main enemy is inside it

Armenia often attempts to write off all the existing problems in the country on Azerbaijan, taking advantage of the unsettled Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. However, not everyone has this view. In particular, a few days ago constitutional law expert …

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Non-Maidan in Armenia

A rally against the increase in electricity tariffs is continuing in Armenia. Public Service Regulatory Commission of Armenia made a decision to increase the daytime and nighttime tariffs for light by 6.93 drams per 1 kW/h starting from August -

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