| 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.
Two veterans of the Karabakh war have returned their medals over an incident that happened in Berdzor in Karabakh last month and in which dozens of opposition activists participating in an automobile march towards Stepanakert were beaten up by local police.
| 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”.
| 23.02.15 | 12:34
The Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) of embattled tycoon Gagik Tsarukyan has decided to boycott the four-day parliament session that opened today.
| 23.02.15 | 11:46
The parliamentary faction of the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) led by embattled tycoon Gagik Tsarukyan has lost another member. David Kocharyan became the fifth member to have quit the faction this month following Tsarukyan’s “war” with President Serzh Sargsyan that effectively ended in the latter’s success.
| 21.02.15 | 15:11
Opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) leader Levon Ter-Petrosyan no longer considers a meeting with President Serzh Sargsyan as necessary, a spokesman for the opposition party said on Saturday.
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan has expressed his readiness to invite ex-leader Levon Ter-Petrosyan for a meeting after the latter offered to meet him to discuss a number of aspects of a recently adopted pan-Armenian declaration on the approaching Genocide Centennial.
| 20.02.15 | 18:09
The so-called Trio format of three parliamentary minority forces no longer exists, leader of the opposition Heritage party Raffi Hovannisian told supporters at a rally in Yerevan’s Liberty Square today.
| 20.02.15 | 16:23
After recent tensions in the internal political life, the ‘urgent rally’ that was planned to be held on Friday in Yerevan by the opposition troika but was later called off by two of the troika members, will nevertheless be held by Heritage Party. But political observers did not expect many people to turn out for the event.
A hundred TV sets, phones and electric irons available from as little as 1,000 drams (about $2) was a good enough reason for a large crowd of buyers to converge at a sprawling Yerevan shopping center Friday.