The Central Electoral Commission of Armenia on Sunday posted the final results of the parliamentary elections, which took place on April 2 across Armenia
Armenia’s Central Election Commission on Monday released the official results of Sunday’s Parliamentary Elections, which drew 60.8 percent of Armenia’s eligible voters to the polls
Voters across Armenia on Sunday went to the polls in the first elections for the legislature since a new constitution was adopted in 2015 that changed Armenia’s government to a parliamentary system.
The Armenian Revolutionary Federation concluded its campaign for Sunday’s parliamentary elections with a massive rally Thursday night at the Liberty Square
Walking around in Armenia and engaging in political conversation with any person of any class, gender, age, and background, one gets the sense that trust in the government is at an ultimate low today.
The Armenian Revolutionary Federation, which is running in the upcoming April 2 Parliamentary Elections, just released the English language version of its election platform
On April 2, Armenia will go to the polls to elect a new National Assembly (Parliament). These elections will be the first conducted since the adoption of a new Constitution
On April 2, voters in Armenia will turn out for the first parliamentary elections under Armenia’s new Constitution, which was ratified last year.
Discussing concessions during the Karabakh peace negotiations are unacceptable, ARF candidate in the upcoming parliamentary elections Aghvan Vartanyan said Thursday
If Armenia recognizes the Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) Republic, the two Armenian states will be able to embark on a unification plan sometime in the nearest future, said Giro Manoyan, the Political Affairs Director of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation Bureau.