Environmentalists alarm that 100 million cubic meters of water from Lake Sevan will endanger the ecosystem of Sevan, while representatives of the Armenian government insist that only way to solve 130,000 farmers’ irrigation problems is additional water release from Lake Sevan.
The fight against corruption in Armenia is not possible to combat simply by legislative amendments and developing anti-corruption strategies. We need a political will to set up the adequate environment for implementing serious structural changes. The speakers spoke about this during the debate entitled “Regress or Progress? The Measures of the Government to Combat Corruption” and live streamed at “A1 +” TV with the initiative of Media Center.
Varujan Hoktanyan, Head of Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center, Anahit Bakhshyan, Member of “Heritage” Party, Member of “Barev Yerevan” Faction of Yerevan Council, Karen Zadoyan, President of Armenian Association of Lawyers, Coordinator of Anti-Corruption Coalition Secretary of Armenian Civil Society Organizations and Economist Hayk Gevorgyan participated in the discussion on “Struggle against Corruption: Reality or Imitation?” organized by Media Center at “A1+” pavilion.
If Azerbaijan launches a large-scale war, I think the procedure will start not only in terms of support but also in terms of the recognition of the independence. Member of NA Republican Faction Gagik Melikyan said this during the debate organized by Media Center at A1+ pavilion yesterday.
The Police cannot rely on the information on the population of Armenia available at the National Statistical Service (NSS) since the service and State Register use different methods, says Mnatsakan Bichakhchyan, Head of the Passport and Visa Department of the Police.