The tweet from Twitter account Robert Kocharian with the about line indicating “Natural Born Killer” made my day today. It was funny, I admit. But that was the only funny thing today. Continue reading “"Natural Born Killer" Kocharian Is Back”
PS: Where are the authorities, who are directly responsible for the 10 deaths of March 1? Why don’t they show up and pay tribute?
Armenian taxpayers paid 124 million drams (about $310 thousand US) for two high-tech super-cool toilets, which were placed near TaTever ropeway in Syunik region and next to St. Grigor Lusavorich Church in Yerevan. Continue reading “$310,000 of Armenian Taxpayer Money for A Pair of Futuristic Toilets”
One of the top stories in the Armenian media today is the fact, that Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) leader Gagik Tsarukian attended a session of parliament for the first time since last May’s legislative elections. Continue reading “Big Deal! Tsarukian Makes First Appearance In Parliament”
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan publicly and demonstratively rebuked Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan (no relation) and senior government officials for misusing budget money in state procurement on Saturday during a meeting with the Cabinet.
Continue reading “Serzh Sargsyan Rebukes Seniour Government Officials”
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili gave an interview to Kanal PIK last week, speaking about a range of topics, including the Russia-Georgia 2008 war, Georgia’s reforms and answered to a personal question about his nationality. Continue reading “Saakashvili."If you hate Armenians – I am an Armenian"”
A Putin’s Fan Club will open in Armenia on February 2nd with the initiative of a recently founded organization called CIS Youth Council. Continue reading “Putin's Fan Club to Open in Armenia”
Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan has officially launched his blog, which, he hopes, will help him directly interact with public.
“It is important for me to make sure, that you understand how I think”, Tigran Sargsyan, 50, father of 3,Ph. D in economics, has written in his first entry in a LiveJournal blog opened in November, but officially made public today.
The blogger has specified “Prime Minister of Armenia” as main occupation in the blog’s user information page. I verified from a reliable source – this is indeed Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan.
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Armenian State Revenue Committee have spent 29,5 million Armenian drams (about $79,000 US), on organizing a corporate party for its staff of 270 people: management, tax and customs officers, with the participation of Armenian music stars and comedians in Yerevan’s luxury Marriott Armenia hotel.
A document made public by the Journalists’ Club “Asparez” on Friday, reveals, that Armenian taxpayers had to pay 107 thousand AMD ($290 US) for each tax/customs service official to have fun. $290 is quite a lot of money for a large party like that, even if its in the most expensive restaurant.
Continue reading “State Revenue Committee wastes 29,5 million AMD taxpayer money on corporate party”