Does the Draft Electoral Code Exclude Double Voting? Hot Debate
March 25, 18:00

On March 25 the Media Center held a debate on the draft Electoral Code at A1+, which was attended by the representatives of civil society and government. 

The main aspects of concern were discussed and most important recommendations for amendments were voiced.

The debate participants included Khosrov Harutyunyan and Samvel Nikoyan, NA members of Republican Party of Armenia, Avetik Ishkhanyan, Chairman of Helsinki Committee of Armenia, Heriknaz Tigranian, Legal Expert of Transparency International Anti-corruption Center and Arthur Sakunts, Head of the Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Vanadzor Office.

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