“CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS OF 2015: CONSEQUENCES AND IMPACT ON SOCIO-POLITICAL LIFE”
December 6, 12:00

On December 6, 2015, a referendum on constitutional amendments was held in Armenia. The draft Constitution proposed to move from the semi-presidential system to the parliamentary system.

According to official data, more than 825,000 of 1 million 300 thousand citizens participating in the referendum said "Yes" to the constitutional amendments, and more than 421,000 citizens said "No".

Supporters of the constitutional amendments argued that in case of adopting a new constitution, key issues related to public administration, political and judicial spheres will be solved in Armenia.

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