As a result of judicial error there are sentenced people both in Armenia and in many other states of the world who need legal support and their cases need accurate journalistic investigation, said Zaruhi Mejlumyan, Head of “Armenian Innocence Project” NGO, at the Media Center hosted press conference.
According to “Transparent International” anti-corruption organisation, the corruption perception index in Armenia did not change last year and there have been no clear reduction trends for 13 years in spite of different anti-corruption institutions and the corresponding strategy. Varujan Hoktanyan, Head of Transparent International anti-corruption center, said during press release at Media Center on January 27.
A regress recorded in sphere of human rights in 2015 compared with the previous years. Such kind of opinion expressed Artak Zeynalyan, representative of Rule of Law NGO in Media center, yesterday during the discussion.
Aghvan Vardanyan says the proposed constitutional changes nail three principles the Armenian Revolutionary Federation prioritizes: namely the adoption of the parliamentary system, complete Proportional representation voting and enhancing the opposition’s role in the government.
The Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center launched its electronic program to monitor the voting numbers of the 2012 parliamentary and 2013 presidential elections and Yerevan City Council elections in 2013.
Media Center, September 23, 2015: For August the Electric Networks of Armenia submitted a request for 1 billion 8 million drams to Government for the latter to subsidize the difference in consumers' electricity bills 986.8 million drams of which make the consumption by citizens.
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.