“The Role of Civil Society in Post-revolutionary Armenia”
May 25, 12:00

A number of civil society organizations expressed willingness to support the newly formed government. “We are ready to support the newly formed government to overcome the prevailing problems meanwhile we will remain loyal to the main principles and agenda of our activity”. 

What tools is the civil society is going to use to monitor the work of the new government?

Sona Ayvazyan, Executive Director of Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center, doesn’t find collaboration with the new government as an end in itself. They expect the government to come up with a legal assessment of the organization’s corruption mechanisms as well as to punish the outlaws.

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