Levon Ter-Petrosyan's Supporters Apply to CEC to Annul Serzh Sargsyan's Registration

Interesting development, although hardly anything will come out of this. At any rate, as ArmInfo reports, Levon Ter-Petrosyan’s supporters have applied to the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of Armenia to annul presidential candidate, Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan’s registration. During his meeting with journalists at Hayatsk club, on Tuesday, the Press-secretary of the Armenian ex-president’s campaign headquarters Arman Musinyan has also told the journalists, that the means being spent on the campaign by the candidate from power aren’t evidently from Sargsyan’s election campaign fund. If the CEC fails to annul Sargsyan’s registration within 3 days, the oppositionists will apply to court “to acknowledge the inactivity” of the CEC. He added that numerous facts of violations of electoral legislation have already been presented to international observers.

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Online Armenian Media: A Look into Statistics of A1plus

It is impossible to understand the success of A1+ as an online media resource, without looking at its pre-history of closure and struggle with the incumbent Armenian authorities to regain their broadcast frequency and reclaim their right to broadcast news without having anyone meddling with their editorial policy. A1plus were one of the best as a TV company, and today, they are the best Armenian online resource – in terms of bringing fast news  and providing high quality content.

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