Social Science in the Caucasus blog says the methods of corruption in Armenia are “difficilut for non-locals to fully understand”. The blog refers to the analyses conducted by Masis Poghoyan, adressing […]”categories such as “usage of resources available to the candidates occupying administrative posts,” “application of pressure on voters,” “buying/bribing of voters,” “manipulation of public opinion” and “falsification of election results.” […] and provides a link to the research paper on the CRRC-Armenia Web site, which also provides […]”a set of recommendations for combating fraudulent election processes, which include the implementation of legislative reforms, public information campaigns, the provision of consultation/training to voters, and the improvement of the election commissions.” […]
Journalist, blogger, digital security and media consultant
Parliamentary Election Monitor
Setting the context for this Parliamentary Election Monitor is an article detailing the political environment for the May vote by RFE/RL’s Emil Danielyan. Writing for the Jamestown Foundation’s Eurasia Daily Monitor, this is one of the few …
Comments are closed.