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Karabakh Parliamentary Elections See Unprecedented Turnout

More than 70 percent of eligible voters in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic flocked to the polls Sunday to elect a new parliament—the fifth legislature since the declaration of independence. More than 50 international observers and 30 international media had turned to the Karabakh authorities for monitoring or covering the elections in which four political parties with a total of 82 candidates on their slates were vying for 17 seats in parliament. The other seats in the 33-seat body were contested by 44 candidates in single-mandate constituencies. The legislature in Karabakh is elected for a five-year term.

Candidate Ramani Discusses Community Concerns at ANCA-WR Tele-Town Hall; Gatto Set To Speak May 27th

Sunder Ramani, candidate for the California 43rd Assembly District runoff Special Election, participated in a live televised Town Hall on Sunday May 16th, hosted by the Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region (ANCA-WR). The one-hour town hall forum featured the Republican candidate discussing issues that affect the Armenian American community within the 43rd Assembly District. Ramani offered his views on several topics ranging from the State’s ongoing budget crisis and safety net programs, public education, and the economy. He answered live questions from the audience pertaining to these topics as well as specific issues important to the Armenian American community.

Pursuing the Armenian Cause

What motivates some Armenians to selflessly dedicate their lives to the pursuit of the Armenian Cause? ANCA Communications Director Elizabeth Chooljian talks about the challenges of pursuing the Armenian Cause and opportunities to serve the community through the Capital Gateway program.