As the political tension in Turkey is escalating, experts point out that the Turkish nationalists' attacks on the Kurdish settlements and the offices of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) have both internal and regional reasons.
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.
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 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.
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.