“The Contradiction between De jure and De Facto Constitutional Orders”
July 4, 13:00

July 5 is the Constitution Day of the Republic of Armenia. In 1995, July 5, the newly independent Armenia adopted its first constitution through a nationwide referendum. It has been revised twice during the whole history – in 2005 and in 2015. By the last referendum, the Constitution of the Republic of Armenia was subjected to radical changes, and if in 1995, we chose the semi-presidential system as a state governance model with a strong institute of the president, in 2015, Armenia has passed to a model of pure parliamentary governance by the constitutional amendments.

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