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Armen Martirosyan and Samvel Nikoyan on the Constitutional Changes
26.11.2015
11:00
Armen Martirosyan and Samvel Nikoyan shared thoughts on the constitutional changes and upcoming referendum on December 6.
Debate: Voter Lists for the December 6 Referendum
11.11.2015
12:00
The Police cannot rely on the information on the population of Armenia available at the National Statistical Service (NSS) since the service and State Register use different methods, says Mnatsakan Bichakhchyan, Head of the Passport and Visa Department of the Police.
Are Constitutional Changes a Must?
23.07.2015
17:47
Experts and politicians discussed the proposed constitutional changes at the online debate entitled “The Process of Constitutional Changes in Armenia” held at A1plus.am.
The Authorities Were Scared of the "Maydan" Technologies: Rights Defenders
10.07.2015
17:00
The actions of the police during the protests against electricity price increase on June 23 were a use of force and a punitive act.
Constitutional Reforms Will Change Nothing
27.03.2015
17:00
Armenia needs comprehensive constitutional reforms which, however, must be carried out through a large-scale public and political consolidation. They must not be a mere imitation aimed at reproduction of the current authorities otherwise constitutional reforms will not enhance changes.
Political and Economic Prospects for Armenia in EEU
21.11.2014
18:30
The Eurasian Economic Union cannot live a long life, according to some politicians.
Debate: TV Digitalization as a Cause of Violation of Right to Information
30.10.2014
17:00
In less than a year, namely on July 1, 2015 Armenia will complete the digitalization of TV broadcasting. However, there still remain unresolved legal, technical and social issues. Ashot Melikyan, Head of Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression, believes the current RA Law on Television and Radio, full of drawbacks, “is not enough to make this transition.
Debate. Joining EEU Will Result in a Double-Digit Price Rise in Armenia
09.10.2014
17:00
Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) membership will never benefit Armenia. As a result of one-year negotiations, Armenia is now in economic and political isolation.
The speakers at the Media Center initiated online debate entitled “EEU Membership: Security or Economic Regress” included: Zoya Tadevosyan (Associate Professor at the Chair of International Economic Relations at ASUE, Doctor of Economics), Atom Margaryan (Dean of the Department of Regulation of Economy and International Economic Relations at ASUE), Gharib Harutyunyan (Head of Compass research center, Economics PhD), Vardan Bostanjyan (Doctor of Economics, professor), Hovhannes Igityan (former head of the NA Committee of International Relations, international expert), and Ashot Yeghiazaryan (economist expert).
Armenia’s Prospects for the Eurasian Union
10.06.2014
17:00
The Higher Eurasian Economic Council, at the level of Presidents of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the governments of the three nations in collaboration with the Armenian Government, defined July 1 as deadline for Armenia’s signing the Eurasian Economic Treaty.
New Government's Program: Solutions or Wishful Thinking?
23.05.2014
17:00
The Armenian parliamentary opposition parties question the credibility of the new Government headed by Hovik Abrahamyan, expecting little from the recent proposed program. However, the governing Republican Party insists on allowing the newly established Government time to carry out its program.
What has changed in Yerevan after the elections of Yerevan City Council one year ago?
06.05.2014
17:00
One year after the elections of Yerevan City Council the representatives of the majority Republican Party faction believe that the Mayor has successfully carried out the campaign promises. Meanwhile, representatives of other political forces consider that the negative prevails and back up their opinion by a number of examples, including the Closed Market, Komitas 5, the red parking lines, the decision to erect a statue dedicated to Anastas Mikoyan and other issues.
"Transport fare change is unavoidable"
15.04.2014
17:00
The issue of changing Yerevan public transport fares is once again on public agenda. The passenger carriers insist on the inevitability of fare increase, while the citizens question the appropriateness of such a move.
There is No Privileged Driver or Car in Armenia
01.04.2014
17:00
"I officially declare that there is no driver in Armenia who will not be held administratively liable for traffic rules violation. There is no vehicle which will not be registered when exceeding speed limit by traffic safety and speed cameras," Deputy Chief of the Traffic Police Armen Khachatryan said at a debate held by the Media Center entitled: "Traffic Safety and Speed Cameras: safety or additional problems?"
The run out of water from the Sevan, the Needs and the Results
18.02.2014
17:00
“There will be no reductions made to the water levels of Sevan. I want to dispel rumors about water drainage from the lake: there has been no illegal run out in recent years”, said Yuri Javadyan, the chairman of Lake Sevan Issues Committee of Armenian President, during a debate about “The Run-Out of Water from Sevan, the Needs and the Results”.
"In 2014 all the families that were left without homes in Shirak after the disastrous earthquake will be provided with apartments"
12.12.2013
17:00
“It will be possible to provide all the families that were left without homes in Shirak after the disastrous earthquake will be provided with apartments only in 2014”, promised Albert Margaryan, head of the Urban Development Department of Shirak Regional Administration during the debate entitled “The Earthquake: 25 Years After” organized on December 12.
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