| 06.10.15 | 13:51
After the National Assembly voted in favor of a set of constitutional amendments and cleared the way for a referendum some in the “No” front opposed to the changes are also going to raise the issue in the legal framework.
| 06.10.15 | 13:34
Armenia’s former president Robert Kocharyan has described the planned constitutional amendments as a “big mistake” that he said is fraught with dangers for the future of the country.
| 06.10.15 | 10:23
A coalition of opposition and civil forces campaigning against constitutional changes has pledged to lead their struggle in the streets to thwart what they view as dangerous amendments after Armenian lawmakers overwhelmingly supported the package on Monday.
The 31st meeting of the Ministerial Conference of the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF) will be held in Yerevan, Armenia, on October 10-11.
| 05.10.15 | 15:38
While Armenian lawmakers were taking a vote on a controversial package of constitutional amendments, overwhelmingly approving it, members of the No front opposed to the changes were holding a protest outside the National Assembly building Monday afternoon.
| 05.10.15 | 10:07
A senior member of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) has called on opponents of the planned constitutional amendments to show “correctness” in their rhetoric after members of the so-called “No” front branded lawmakers who plan to vote in favor of the package “traitors”.
| 02.10.15 | 20:22
A civil group campaigning against planned constitutional amendments has urged members of the public to participate in a march towards the National Assembly on Monday – the day when Armenian lawmakers are due to take a vote on the controversial reform package advocated by the current government.
Armenia’s government and Samvel Karapetyan, a Russia-based Armenian businessman whose Tashir Group has acquired the Electric Networks of Armenia (ENA), will compensate the electricity price hikes only for households that consume less than 250 kWh of electricity a month.
On the last day of his working visit to the United States, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan on October 1 attended a discussion held by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
The son of Syunik’s controversial governor has been set free two months after being arrested on charges stemming from his alleged involvement in a violent incident outside Goris in May.