Elections in Armenia - A decisive day

What does Armenia expect from a shift to the parliamentary system of government and what prospects do its citizens see in a new Parliament?

Who will become MP and why

We will get a different parliament as a result of ‘rationalized voting’ in the upcoming parliamentary election in Armenia. Political analyst’s comment

Who is who? Armenia on the eve of election

All about political forces engaged in the election race. How do political analysts assess their chances and what do people write about them on social media?

The window to Europe. Second round

In 2013, Armenia refused to sign the Association Agreement with the EU, whereas now it consents to a lower-order document  

Hard choice

People will vote through a new and complex electoral system for the first time in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Armenia

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How to create a platform for putting up real bridges between Armenia and Azerbaijan

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