Official statistics do not back up the boastful claims by Armenian traffic police that the installation of speed cameras and other monitoring equipment has made a significant impact in decreasing road fatalities in the country.
he drivers, sitting in their dark cubicles, just can’t see the hapless pedestrian crossing the street.
Armenia’s National Assembly and the government are currently discussing how much to fine motorists who violate traffic rules in the country.
However, labels on foodstuffs purchased by weight (for example, butter, cheese, cold cuts, and candies) include neither the expiration date nor the ingredients, nor the country of origin, nor a number of other particulars.
All reliable sources say that around 600 families fled to Latakia from Kessab, but there are no killed or injured.
For example, most of the ministers and prime ministers of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Great Britain get to work on the humble bicycle. Here in Armenia, officials would feel naked without their black tinted Mercedes and a ten car police escort.
The Armenian police have decided to take more than one hundred demonstrators who participated in various protest actions on December 2, 2013 to court and to fine them 50,000 AMD each. Yesterday, I also reported that the police had destroyed all video footage it had taken on that day.
Nevertheless, it's clear that as long as such people serve in the police force, no one is safe from getting punched in the nose while being detained by police and not resisting.
But can we say that just because we don’t pay for education that it’s free? For isn’t it correct to assume that for education to be free, all its components must be free as well?
That is, despite the fact that according to our country's legislation, that information was to have been made public, Yerevan is waiting for permission from Moscow in order to do so.
Or else, "it's possible" that our communal service vehicles weren't working at all… just like the Customs Union's colleagues depicted in the video.
The entire matter would have passed under the radar if not for the fact that the attendees, including the nations Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, were all wearing camouflage army clothes.
At today’s session there was one such issue, which was presented by Deputy Yerevan Mayor Kamo Arenyan.
Despite claims by Armenia’s Central Electoral Commission and the Police that the voter rolls have been minutely reviewed and are in order, our research shows the opposite to be the case.
As we all know, road construction in Armenia is carried out through kickbacks and by pocketing state funds. Many people supposed that it wasn’t possible to control since it required an in- depthinvestigation.
Last Thursday, the Armenian Government shot down a draft bill calling for criminal charges when a National Assembly deputy votes in the place of another. The Heritage party faction presented the bill.
Citing their readiness to do their utmost to decrease the number on traffic deaths, the cops are busily engaged in installing speed cameras here and there throughout the country. Consequently, the number of fines handed out to unaware motorists is on the uptick.
Recently, RA Minister of Education and Sciences Armen Ashotyan publicly commented that it would be better for Armenia is budding scientists pursued their careers abroad rather than staying in Armenia.
Other violations being committed by the Sargsyan campaign include the posting of adverts on buildings and other structures, whereas the law stipulates that such ads must only appear at sites designated by local authorities.
We all know that our country's foreign policy is very weak. The anti-Armenian course of Karabakh negotiations, Safarov's extradition and, of course, Azerbaijan's election to the United Nations Security Council are the undisputed proof of that.
Recently, one of the main topics discussed online in Armenia has been the Traffic Police, particularly two inspectors who violated traffic laws and ignored moral rules of conduct with citizens. Your humble servant's video camera recorded their actions.
There is some 11.545 billion AMD (22 million Euros) allocated to the sciences in Armenia’s 2013 draft budget.
As we know, the draft state budget for 2013 is being discussed in the National Assembly. Let's try to understand the amount of funding, particularly for science.