elections in Armenia

Pashinyan claims political crisis in Armenia is over

The political crisis in Armenia, which sparked on November 9, 2020, is over, Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said Monday at a rally, dedicated to the victory at the snap parliamentary elections. According to Pashinyan, it is now possible to …

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Pashinyan's party lacks 0.08% of votes to form government

The Civil Contract party of the acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan did not get 0.08% in the early parliamentary elections to single-handedly form the government, getting 53.92%, the CEC reported after processing all 2,008 polling …

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Electronic voting begins in Armenia

Some 650 Armenian citizens who have registered with the Central Election Commission (CEC) for electronic voting in the early parliamentary elections, slated for June 20, can cast their votes starting from today and until June 13, 8 pm, the …

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Armenia After The Parliamentary Elections

On June 20, snap parliamentary elections will be held in Armenia. The move will ease tensions in the country but will fail to end political divisions and solve structural troubles such as poor economic situation, weak judiciary, and the …

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Pashinyan says will step down in April

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has announced plans to resign in April in order to hold early elections. On Sunday, Pashinyan met with the citizens of Armenia’s Armavir Region. "I will resign in April. I will resign …

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Armenia's early elections to be held on Pashinyan's terms

The ruling My Step bloc is inclined to adopt amendments to the Electoral Code to switch to a full proportional system without preferential voting before the early elections, My Step bloc leader Lilit Makunts said in the National Assembly. …

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Armenia's dilemma: elections or civil war, Russia or West

Fortunately, the first serious attempt of the armed forces has had no major consequences for now. However, this endeavor shows that the power grip can easily slide away from Pashinyan’s grasp despite all the popular support he has, Turan Gafarlı, Bachelor of Arts in History and Politics from Queen Mary University of London and a Master of Arts in Transnational Studies from University College London, writes for Anadolu Agency

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Nikol Pashinyan wins war in Armenia?

Armenia will not hold snap parliamentary elections - this was the result of a three-month struggle between the government and the opposition after the defeat of the Armenian occupation forces in the Karabakh war.  Representatives …

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