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A weekly live broadcast of questions and answers in the National Assembly has been ruled unconstitutional by Armenia’s Constitutional Court. Source:ArmeniaNow
Anoush Armenia has a short comment and even a shorter question on the issue – but it is so eloquent!!!
and my favorite part:
Alexan Harutyunyan the chairman of the Public Television and Radio Council, considers the court’s ruling to be fair. He says it helps to improve the general quality of the legislation governing media by bringing it closer to conformity with European standards.
OK then – now we have free media in Armenia! (I’m being sarcastic here, ok?) So anyway, free does not always mean – responsible. Rubywedge is considering the latest rumors associated with
Uzogh also joins in to express his discontent about the recent Armenian newspaper coverage of the false allegations. Sharing the editorial from Haikakan Zhamanak, where the journalist having the false letter as his has built up a large article discussing the possible US Government involvement in drafting such a letter.