Detailed analysis of the political situation in the country after the end of hostilities in Karabakh from the director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan
MP from the Prosperous Armenia Party Naira Zohrabyan was stripped of the post of head of the parliamentary commission for the protection of human rights "for humiliating the dignity of voters"
The results of the war in Karabakh came as a shock to the Armenian society. It was divided into three almost equal parts: supporters of the current government and opponents - with an active and passive position.
If Pashinyan does not leave, the opposition will start actions of disobedience across the country. Opposition prime minister candidate has already announced what tasks the interim government intends to solve
Opposition figures have been protesting after the day the statement was signed by the heads of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia, and claim that after a change of power, it will be possible to annul the Karabakh truce
Since the night of November 10, Yerevan has been restless, a protest of thousands of residents has begun, the opposition opposes the truce signed by the Prime Minister of Armenia and the presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia
The Armenian parliament has passed a government proposed set of legislative changes that would allow, in the event of a viral outbreak, to impose strict measures in individual settlements and even organisations, and not across the country
The court refused to satisfy the National Security Service's request to arrest Gagik Tsarukyan. He considers this to be political persecution
Agreement between Georgian authorities and opposition once again under threat as court decides to leave oppositionist behind bars
Opposition refuses to vote for electoral reform until opposition member is released from detainment, putting the entire agreement under threat
The European Parliament addressed the Georgian authorities with a letter in which it proposes arrested opposition members be released in order to normalize the political situation in the country
Opponents of the ruling Georgian Dream party have presented a memorandum of 5 points
Both parties signed the agreement at the US Embassy in Tbilisi, introducing a parliamentary system with 120 proportional mandates and 30 majoritarian seats
This is a battle for freedom of speech, journalists say. Experts confirm - Georgian authorities have gained control over TV channels in preparation for parliamentary elections
Salome Zurabishvili says that playing of the anthem of the Soviet Union is a violation of the law
Members of the ruling Georgian Dream party did not like critical assessments of the situation in the country
Candidates will fight for some seats in parliament again
Politicians and experts call Ugulava a “political prisoner” and assert Georgia is departing from democracy and the western course
Who are the congressmen writing the letter and why does their opinion matter?