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Yerevan vote is déjà vu all over again (01.06.2009)

Armenians appear headed for another round of election-related acrimony following a contentious Yerevan Council Election on May 31. As in recent national elections, official results favored the governing Republican Party of Armenia by a wide margin. Opposition supporters complained bitterly about...

Violence mars preparations for Armenian poll (15.05.2009)

(T)he race to win the first election to be mayor of Yerevan has sucked in the country’s major political parties. In the election, voters will pick a “council of elders” for Yerevan, which will in turn select the city mayor from among its number. … The only international observers of the polls – a...

Council of Europe congress mission assesses pre-electoral situation in Armenia (06.05.2009)

In view of the first municipal elections in the Armenian capital city of Yerevan, on 31 May 2009, a pre-electoral mission of the Council of Europe Congress of Local and Regional Authorities was carried out from 3 to 6 May.

In den Konflikt um Armenien kommt Bewegung (Change to come for Armenia?) (30.04.2009)

Armenien hat mit seinen Nachbarn so manches Problem. Mit Aserbaidschan streitet sich das Land um ein Gebiet, mit der Türkei um den Völkermord vor 90 Jahren. Russland unterstützt jetzt die Bemühungen des Landes um mehr Normalität. Dabei ist die Lage im Kaukasus auch für Moskau nicht ganz einfach.

Armenian protesters mark year since deadly riots (01.03.2009)

Thousands of anti-government protesters in Armenia demanded early elections on Sunday at a demonstration to mark one year since deadly clashes between police and opposition activists in the former Soviet state. Rights groups and the Armenian opposition accuse President Serzh Sarksyan and his...

Yerevan avoids PACE punishment yet again (27.01.2009)

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe declined on January 27 to punish Armenia over Yerevan’s failure to implement mandated reforms in the wake of 2008’s political violence in the Ar-menian capital Yerevan. At stake in a January 27 PACE vote was the suspension of Armenia’s voting...

OSCE to conduct monitoring in the frontline (12.01.2009)

The Organization for Security and Co-Operation (OSCE) will conduct its next monitoring in the front-line between Armenian and Azerbaijani Armies in accordance with the mandate of the special repre-sentative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office. The monitoring is planned to be conducted in the highway...