The Armenian parliament ratified on Thursday Armenia’s controversial accession treaty with the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union. Continue reading
In an event officially called nationwide parliamentary elections held on May 6, Armenia’s ruling parties maneuvered their way into the country’s new parliament.
The Prime minister takes the House floor, defines the government’s motion in a calm, self-assured way. States the need, brings the argument, dwells on key examples. All it takes is 7 minutes. Continue reading
A convict sentenced to 14 years for his role in October 27, 1999 terrorist attack on Armenia’s National Assembly died in Nubarshen penitentiary on Saturday. Officials say Hamlet Stepanyan, 57, died of a heart attack. Continue reading
The agenda of the RA National Assembly includes the second hearing of the package of draft amendments to the RA Laws “On Television and Radio”, “Regulations of the National Commission on Television and Radio”, “Regulations of the RA National Assembly”, “On State Duty”. Despite the few improvements against the previous version of the package strongly criticized by our organizations in the statement of February 3, 2009, the document, as we see it, remains far from the demands of the time. Continue reading