| 01.04.16 | 10:52
A bill envisaging tougher punishment for multiple voting and voting instead of other people during elections has been endorsed by the Armenian government despite criticism from some leading members of the ruling party.
| 31.03.16 | 14:59
A lawmaker representing the ruling Republican Party of Armenia’s (RPA) faction believes that it is not the discussions that were launched among government, opposition and civil society representatives on Thursday that will ultimately be decisive in the passage of the country’s next Electoral Code.
| 31.03.16 | 11:11
Representatives of the Armenian government, opposition and civil society held their first meeting late on Wednesday in the so-called 4+4+4 format that envisages their inclusion in the debate over the new draft Electoral Code on a parity basis.
| 30.03.16 | 11:37
Political analysts and opposition members compare the decision of the supreme body of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) to found a political school, which will be named after the late Prime Minister Andranik Margaryan, with that of the Communist high school, which existed during the Soviet era and was based on Communist ideology.
| 30.03.16 | 11:03
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, who is on a visit to the United States, has been holding meetings with representatives of the Armenian American community, including representatives of traditional Armenian parties operating in Diaspora communities, including in the United States.
| 29.03.16 | 15:54
A format, called 4+4+4, which has been proposed by the opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) to hold a discussion over the new draft Electoral Code, is not a deal with the government, ANC parliamentary faction leader Levon Zurabyan told media on Tuesday.
| 25.03.16 | 14:55
The so-called roadmap to a regime change recently published by the New Armenia Public Salvation Front, an extra-parliamentary grouping seeking to unseat the current government with street protests, has been criticized not only by ruling party representatives, but also by some opposition factions as well.
| 24.03.16 | 14:36
A representative of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia’s (RPA) parliamentary faction has defended a controversial provision in the government-presented draft Electoral Code under which no more than three parties can form post-election coalitions should no party or bloc win an outright majority in parliamentary polls.
| 23.03.16 | 10:43
Representatives of the government have once again reaffirmed that they are ready to negotiate with the opposition and civil society over the draft Electoral Code.
| 23.03.16 | 10:33
Two of Armenia’s opposition forces are at loggerheads over an upcoming mayoral vote in Hrazdan, a central Armenian town where once a current oppositionist held sway.