| 05.03.15 | 10:14
Armenia’s former Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian has submitted an application to terminate his membership with the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP), which is holding an extraordinary congress today to determine its political future.
| 04.03.15 | 13:42
Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) members do not reveal the agenda of tomorrow’s special convention called in the wake of an unprecedented government crackdown against the party and its embattled leader Gagik Tsarukyan last month.
| 02.03.15 | 15:14
Less than a month ago Armenia’s opposition political parties were promising a “hot” spring, with public rallies intent on changing the country’s leadership. But as spring has arrived (marked on March 1 here), it appears the opposition’s winter hibernation will outlast the season.
| 01.03.15 | 19:29
The opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) will hold no rallies for at least two months, the opposition party’s leader Levon Ter-Petrosyan told several thousand supporters who gathered in Yerevan’s Liberty Square on Sunday afternoon.
| 27.02.15 | 12:21
The ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) will wait to see what political statements are made and what messages are sent to the public by the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) during its upcoming convention, spokesman Eduard Sharmazanov said.
| 26.02.15 | 10:17
Following the dramatic developments of recent days around the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) many analysts say there is no major opposition force left in Armenia and no political party will be able to rise up to that level in the near future.
| 25.02.15 | 10:50
Discussions of the bill about the governance crisis continued in the National Assembly on Tuesday, resulting in mutual accusations and insults between government and opposition MPs as well as within the opposition itself.
| 25.02.15 | 10:14
Embattled tycoon Gagik Tsarukyan’s Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) is going to hold its eighth convention in early March, according to a spokesman.
| 24.02.15 | 10:38
The first parliament session after the “truce” concluded by two major Armenian political parties – the ruling Republican Party of Armenian (RPA) and its top challenger, the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) – took place against the background of a PAP boycott and included a vote on an opposition lawmaker’s motion to impeach President Serzh Sargsyan.
| 23.02.15 | 15:20
Leaders of the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) and of the Armenian National Congress (ANC), neither confirm nor deny the assessment of Heritage Party leader Raffi Hovannisian that “the troika does not exist”.