Gasparyan, one of the twelve candidates running for the post, is a member of Pashinyan’s Civil Contract party.
There’s a big tank nestled in a hole in the ground behind the kindergarten in the Armavir community of Yeghegnout.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has entered the National Assembly to discuss the matter of holding snap parliamentary elections with MPs.
There are fourteen candidates vying for the post to replace Karen Grigoryan, son of retired army general and MP Manvel Grigoryan, who served as Etchmiadzin mayor for ten years before resigning in June of this year in the face of mounting pressure.
Hayk Marutyan, who heads the Im Kayl (My Step) Alliance ticket in today’s Yerevan Municipal Council election, told reporters, after casting his ballot, that if elected Yerevan mayor he’d first tackle the garbage problem in the Armenian capital.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) today found in favor of Yerevan resident Mushegh Saghatelyan in a suit he brought against the government of Armenia that dates to the post-presidential protests of March 2008.
Hetq takes a look at the assets declared by the candidates topping their respective party/alliance ballot. Elections to the 65-seat city council are on a party-list proportional representation system, with the first candidate from the winning party becoming mayor.
The building is in poor condition and lacks many necessities. There’s no gym or science labs. The “auditorium” is just a relatively spacious room where chairs are added for people to sit during plays and other events. One can peer into the classrooms through the holes on the walls.
Nation-wide, 30% of Armenia’s communities, totaling 139,764 residents, aren’t supplied with natural gas. All but two of the 300 that lack gas are rural communities. (Source-National Statistical Service)