More activity from Aylyntranq

Aramazd posts an announcement about a new Aylyntranq rally on the “Liberty Square [Azatutyan hraparak], March 23rd, 17:00”, noting, that at this point Aylyntranq are trying to reach a court decision to protect their right for holding the meeting “especially in the Liberty Square”, and that regardless the court proceedings, the meeting will be held there. It is important to note, that the “Freedom Square” in front of the Yerevan Opera house is an important…

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Election blogging guide

CRD / TI Armenia Election Monitor 2007 reports, that “the Election Blogging Guide, co-authored by Solana Larsen, Zephyr Teachout, and Mary Joyce, has been translated into Armenian and is now available for download“, and expresses hope that it will encourage more citizens of Armenia to form their blogs.

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Decision 2007. Is there one?

Harmick at the Blogrel discusses the political situation in Armenia, speaking about his expectation, that the Bargavach Hayastan will win a “a landslide victory” in the upcoming elections, describing it as “a force that cannot be reckoned with” and speculating, that perhaps there won’t even be a need to fix the elections, as Bargavach Hayastan is so far ahead of any other forces in the political scene.

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Parliamentary Election Monitor

“Elections in Armenia are usually overshadowed by incidents of violence such as the stabbing of an opposition campaign manager during the 2003 Presidential Election, and sometimes — as was the case in the village of Shahumian during the last parliamentary election or in Nor Hajn during the 2005 local election — even killings. Recently, an internal spat in an opposition party resulted in physical attacks, and RFE/RL reports that a brawl has been reported between…

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Kornelij's Election Leaflet #5

Kornelij Glas has issued yet another election leaflet, summerizing key political developments over the past two week: There is a degree of calm-down in the political processes – it looks as though the political parties are getting ready for the official start of campaigning. The greatest degree of activity is observed from the side of “Aylyntranq” aka “Impeachment”, but the rally activity is coming to a halt. The last rally had about 100-200 participants (I’m…

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