| 26.11.14 | 15:05
The trio of opposition forces that was a “quartet” still not long ago gives assurances that it won’t turn into a duet soon. But the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) is skeptical about the opposition’s viability and future.
| 25.11.14 | 10:04
Opposition lawmaker Nikol Pashinyan on Monday announced his plans to initiate President Serzh Sargsyan’s impeachment through parliament. He also called on the three leading non-governing forces to back the process that he said would prove their stated commitment to “regime change”.
| 21.11.14 | 15:10
As a rule, opposition forces in Armenia in the past formed coalitions and blocs either before or after elections, however today the opposition bloc is not related to the elections and is raising social problems, political analyst Yervand Bozoyan told reporters on Friday.
| 20.11.14 | 10:20
Armenia’s three non-governing parties making up an informal coalition known as “troika” have decided to give another chance to President Serzh Sargsyan, who recently urged the government to reconsider the opposition’s 12 demands.
| 19.11.14 | 10:03
The three parliamentary minority parties making up an informal coalition known as “troika” dismissed on Tuesday a government proposal to start negotiations on a set of demands mostly concerning social and economic issues that they issued before launching an anti-government movement in October.
| 18.11.14 | 12:15
Members of the three parties making up the so-called “non-governing” trio say their differences over strategies and terms of anti-government struggle do not prevent them from having a common agenda and calling a special session of parliament to discuss their proposal for amendments to Armenia’s Electoral Code.
| 17.11.14 | 14:14
Upon Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) leader Gagik Tsarukyan’s calls for the extra-parliamentary forces to support the current anti-government movement as well, the People’s Party (PP) decided to return to active politics cooperating and helping the “non-governing” troika.
| 17.11.14 | 10:57
The National Assembly of Armenia on Monday is gathering for a special session, with about three dozen issues, including draft laws on structural changes in the government and social assistance to borderline communities, on its agenda.
| 13.11.14 | 10:17
Armenia’s three leading opposition parties known as Troika on Wednesday reiterated their call on President Serzh Sargsyan to make significant changes in the country’s electoral code as proof of his commitment to dialogue.
| 12.11.14 | 13:17
The Communist Party of Armenia (CPA) has joined the chorus of criticism over government plans to reform the Constitution, at the same time voicing skepticism over the current anti-government campaign of parliamentary minority parties known as “troika”.