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Border Villages Are Badly Damaged by the Recent Shelling
09.09.2015
12:00
The recent escalation across the Armenian-Azerbaijani border has inflicted great damage on the local population. At the Media Center hosted press conference the Civil Contract Party members shared impressions on their recent visit to the villages on the border.
Intensified Military Activities in Seemingly Safety Areas in Syria - Experts
08.09.2015
11:00
Clashes around Damascus have been going on recently and now battles have intensified and moved into the central districts of Damascus.
Armenia Is Still Unready for the Transition to the Parliamentary System: Discussion in Gyumri
07.09.2015
13:00
Armenia is still unready for the transition to the parliamentary system and there has never been a public demand for constitutional changes, said political analysts at Gyumri’s Asparez Journalists’ Club.
Azerbaijan Keeps the Region under Constant Tension - Experts
04.09.2015
12:00
Azerbaijan is trying to keep the region under constant tension through the recent escalation across the Armenian-Azerbaijani border and line of contact between Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan.
What Benefits for Armenia after Its Two-Year Membership in EEU?
03.09.2015
12:00
The two years following Armenia’s joining Eurasian Economic Union have not benefited the country, believe lawmaker Tevan Poghosyan and expert Stepan Girgoryan.
Constitutional Changes Are a Step Back from Human Rights Perspective – Human Rights Defenders
31.08.2015
13:00
The proposed constitutional changes are a step back from human rights norms fixed in international documents, evolving a decrease of fundamental human rights and freedoms, said rights defenders.
Armenia’s Population Will Decrease, UN Projects
28.08.2015
11:00
The population of Armenia will plunge to 1.8 million by 2100, the 2015 Revision of World Population Prospects by UN projects.
Inclusive Education: Teachers' Attitude and Professionalism Are a Major Concern
26.08.2015
11:00
Armenia currently has 170 inclusive schools and by 2025, as planned, all schools in the country will be reformed into inclusive ones.
The Case against Tigran Hayrapetyan Was an Attempt to Exert Pressure on Lawyers’ Community - Lawyers
25.08.2015
12:00
The instant reaction of the Chamber of Advocates, teamed up with human rights defenders and CSOs, has forced the Special Investigative Committee to dismiss lawyer Tigran Hayrapetyan’s case.
The Subsidies for the Increased Electricity Price Don’t Cover Big Businesses and SMEs
20.08.2015
12:00
Armenia’s Government cannot ensure the long-term subsidization of the increased electricity price since the country has a constant budget deficit and it lacks financial resources to subsidize all sectors.
The Investment Program for Demirchyan Complex Shows “the Inefficiency of the Owner”- Experts
19.08.2015
12:00
The buyer of Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex in Yerevan has lodged an investment program with “clumsy, illogical wording” – a fact which shows the inefficiency of the buyer company as an owner, believe experts.
Lifting Iran Sanctions to Benefit the Iranian-Armenian Relations - Iran's Ambassador
24.07.2015
15:00
Lifting of sanctions on Iran will positively affect the entire region and prompt the further development of the Armenian-Iranian relations, said Mohammad Raiesi, Iran’s Ambassador to Armenia.
Constitutional Changes in Armenia: Challenges and Georgian Experience
24.07.2015
12:00
Armenia’s possible transition to a parliamentary republic proposed by the new draft constitution will have a positive effect since it implies collegiate governance.
Are Constitutional Changes a Must?
23.07.2015
17:47
Experts and politicians discussed the proposed constitutional changes at the online debate entitled “The Process of Constitutional Changes in Armenia” held at A1plus.am.
What Are Major Corruption Challenges for Armenia and EU Partnership Countries?
22.07.2015
11:00
The report on the state of corruption in five EU Partnership countries – published in July, 2015 – fixes several important issues observed in the five countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia.
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