Bargavach Hayastan Everywhere

© Haykakan Zhamanak As early as “@ 2007-03-21 09:07:00” Narjan reported that the word “DOD” is charcoaled on the wall of presidential palace in Yerevan, which was promptly cleaned up to spoil the joy of the bloggers, who nevertheless appreciated the efficiency of cleaning works. Later on 22nd March via CRD / TI Armenia Election Monitor 2007 and JLiving notes we learn, that Armenian newspaper Haykakan Zhamanak has a cover story article about the incident:…

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The Root of Democracy Problems in Armenia is Indifference

While only 15 years of democratic development might not be enough to build a vibrant democracy, “…the processes going on in our country are heading towards distortion of values and return to modern feudalism, which might be irreversible…“, speculates Bekaisa at her blog and defines the attitude of indifference by those who understand the negative tendencies, but who “DECIDE to keep silent and refrain from action” as the root of democratization problems in Armenia. While…

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Parties Choosing Their Mottos

Via Kornelij Glas, E-channel: These days, political forces have been working not only on their electoral programs but also on their electoral mottos. They are so serious about this issue that, for example, RPA has been discussing a few options on and on, without being able to find the final one. There are as many mottos as the number of political forces participating in the elections, and an Armenian citizen has numerous chances to make…

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