17:14 | May 18, 2017
Babloyan, in his acceptance speech, said he was honored that his colleagues expressed trust in him and promised to work diligently in the name of implementing pan-national objectives.
16:26 | May 16, 2017
Argam Abrahamyan, son of the former Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan, who was elected to parliament on April 2, announced today on his Facebook page that he's stepping down as mayor of Artashat in order to assume his parliamentary mandate.
14:53 | May 15, 2017
Nikol Pashinyan, whose Yelk Alliance came in a distant second in yesterday’s election for Yerevan’s municipal council, told reporters today that he was headed to take his seat in the parliament, even though he was high enough on the Yelk ticket to secure a spot on the council.
00:21 | May 15, 2017
The Republican Party of Armenia has won today’s Yerevan municipal council election with 71% of the vote according to preliminary results issued by the Central Electoral Commission.
18:36 | April 7, 2017
Armenia’s Congress-HZhK Alliance, which failed to garner enough votes for seats in the country’s new parliament, says that it has petitioned the Central Electoral Commission to void the results of the April 2 election.
22:56 | April 5, 2017
Tzaturyan said that he didn’t vote because he knew the outcome in advance. Adding that he didn’t want to feel tricked, Tzaturyan said he’d only cast a ballot if he believed it would make a difference on the election outcome.
18:53 | April 3, 2017
The guests briefed the Minister on their preliminary findings and conclusions. They highly appreciated the democratic reforms that the authorities are implementing in Armenia. The guests welcomed the adoption of new Electoral Code and emphasized that, despite the shortcomings mentioned in their preliminary report, the elections were well administered.
12:37 | April 3, 2017
With only four polling stations in Armenia not having reported results in the April 2 parliamentary election, Central Electoral Commission President Tigran Moukouchyan declared the following four parties/alliances as making it to the country’s new legislature:
09:22 | April 3, 2017
Armenia’s ruling Republican Party has won 49.21% of yesterday’s vote in the country’s parliamentary election according to preliminary results released by the Central Electoral Commission.
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