Ex-President of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan claims to have released a recording of acting PM Pashinyan discussing settlement of the Karabakh conflict with leaders of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan
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
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"
Armenian experts and social media users commented on the interview of ex-President Serzh Sargsyan, which was shown on one of the local TV channels for two days in a row
Serzh Sargsyan criticized the current authorities for two days in a row. Now he said that even half of the Armenian army did not participate in the war, and the Iskander was not used at the main stage of the war.
It took place in 2016 between the Presidents of Armenia and Belarus. Serzh Sargsyan's office refuses to comment on the conversation "in a closed format", but does not deny the authenticity of the recording
For three hours, Serzh Sargsyan answered journalist's questions on the circumstances of the war in April 2016
Serzh Sargsyan spoke about the April 2016 war and promised to organize an in-person press conference after the state of emergency is lifted
Serzh Sargsyan's lawyers alleged violations by the prosecutor and demanded he withdraw from the case
Sargsyan’s lawyers say the accusations against him are politically motivated
Lyova Sargsyan is accused of abuse of authority related to the construction of the North-South Highway – the most expensive transport project in Armenia
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Pashinyan: “Either I will be elected as prime minister with the people's support or Armenia will have no prime minister at all"
The opposition parliamentarian who was arrested by the police was released prior to Sargsyan's announcement
The leader of the opposition movement says that the main issue on the agenda is the smooth transfer of power
Yerevan: opposition begins round the clock protest against Serzh Sargsyan's transition to prime minister
Organisers say the protest will be ongoing and its aim is to stop the elections for prime minister slated for 17 April
The opposition party calls on people to hit the streets to preventParliament from voting for Sargsyan
The opposition believes that the political changes were made for only one reason - to have the former president remain in power