As the new parliament has been elected in Armenia. experts are assessing the implications of the elections and the country's future prospects
Acting PM Nikol Pashinyan's Civil Contract party won the snap parliamentary elections, Armenia's Central Election Commission has announced, but what happens next?
Snap parliamentary elections in Armenia is what the authorities and opposition consider the only way out of the political crisis that followed the country's defeat in the second Karabakh war
Ex-President Kocharian and leader of the opposition Hayastan bloc has held the final rally in Yerevan amid the upcoming parliamentary elections of June 20
With early parliamentary elections being scheduled for June 20, the pre-election campaign in Armenia has finally been launched. Here is all you need to know about the first forecasts and campaign violations
The leader of the Hayastan bloc commented at a press conference on the political situation in Armenia, the rating of the current leadership and the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border
A pre-election puzzle is taking shape in Armenia. The alignment of the forces that announced their participation cannot please voters - they will have to choose from the "current" and "former"
However, Robert Kocharian believes that holding early elections at the moment is dangerous, and therefore it is better that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan voluntarily resign
Pashinyan is not going to resign, which is demanded by the opposition, and is responding to the accusations of ex-President Kocharian that he provoked the war in Karabakh, leaving Baku no other chance but to start it
Relatives of victims of March 1, 2008 riots in Armenia refuse to participate in trial of ex. pres. Kocharyan
The relatives say the trial has turned into a farce, "and there is pronounced sabotage on the part of some offices and opposition to attempts to identify the true culprits."
The Armenian Court of Appeals has decided to grant former president Robert Kocharyan bail
Serzh Sargsyan's lawyers alleged violations by the prosecutor and demanded he withdraw from the case
Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia in the Human Rights Watch report - a comparative analysis
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