The Bill on Non-Governmental Organizations Restricts the Liberalization of NGOs
February 17, 11:00

The bill on non-governmental organizations intends to improve the working environment of NGOs and ensure the maximum liberalization of their activities which is restricted by the current legislation, representatives of non-governmental organizations stated at the Media Center panel discussion.

The bill on non-governmental organizations was drafted and published in 2014. The concerns and controversial provisions voiced by the NGOs, however, resulted in initiating a series of public discussions at the Armenian Justice Ministry since December, 2013. 

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