Experts: The Opposition Has No Chance to Win in the Yerevan Council Elections
April 11, 11:00

Almost immediately after the elections on April 2, a new electoral process begins for Yerevan Council Elections on May 14. However, in contrast to the diversity of the participating political forces in the parliamentary elections, only three political units participate in the struggle for the management of the capital: the ruling Republican Party, the opposition "Yelq" (Exit) Alliance and newly-established oppositional "Yerkir Tsirani" (Land of Apricot) party. Other political forces that had a chance to get seats in the City Council through the elections are not taking part in this electoral event for various reasons.

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