Constitutional Changes in Armenia: Challenges and Georgian Experience
July 24, 13:24

Armenia’s possible transition to a parliamentary republic proposed by the new draft constitution will have a positive effect since it implies collegiate governance. Nevertheless, such a system has also shortcomings, because it may develop into a "supermajority" system amid the lack of checks and balances, experts said at the Media Center.      

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