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“I am convinced, there will be no disclosure:” Yerevan new Chief of Police on Slapping a Journalist 26.06.2018 | freedom of speech

“I am convinced, there will be no disclosure:” Yerevan new Chief of Police on Slapping a Journalist

“I insist that Yerevan`s newly appointed Chief of Police Artak Poghosyan not only insulted me, but also oversaw a whole package of crimes, which took place at Kentron police station when he was the Chief of Police of the Kentron district of Yerevan,” said photojournalist Ani Gevorgyan duri
The Chief of Police, charged with hindering a journalist`s work, has been suspended 20.06.2018 | freedom of speech

The Chief of Police, charged with hindering a journalist`s work, has been suspended

The journalist of the Union of Informed Citizens NGO Tirayr Muradyan has been subjected to violence on three occasions in a year, during of which his professional activities were hindered and he was recognized as a victim in all three incidents.

Pashinian Insists On 'Transfer Of Power' 24.04.2018 | freedom of speech

Pashinian Insists On 'Transfer Of Power'

Opposition leader Nikol Pashinian threatened on Tuesday to resume his street protests “on an even larger scale” if the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (HHK) refuses to hand over power to his popular movement.

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Talks To End Armenian Standoff Collapse 21.04.2018 | freedom of speech

Talks To End Armenian Standoff Collapse

Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian rejected calls for his resignation on Sunday morning during a short and very tense meeting with opposition leader Nikol Pashinian which was aimed at ending ongoing anti-government protests in Armenia.

Serzh Sarkisian, Pashinian Agree To Meet 21.04.2018 | freedom of speech

Serzh Sarkisian, Pashinian Agree To Meet

Opposition leader Nikol Pashinian announced late on Saturday that he and Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian have agreed to meet the next morning and try to reach an agreement that would end continuing anti-government demonstrations held across Armenia.

Armenian President Visits Main Protest Site 21.04.2018 | freedom of speech

Armenian President Visits Main Protest Site

President Armen Sarkissian met with opposition leader Nikol Pashinian on Saturday during a surprise visit to Yerevan’s Republic Square where tens of thousands of people continued to demand Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian’s resignation.

“He is not adequate, that’s why he is threatening with provocations” 21.04.2018 | freedom of speech

“He is not adequate, that’s why he is threatening with provocations”

Serzh Sargsyan`s call to the opposition to sit at the negotiation table and have political dialogue to avoid irreversible losses is a clear threat. Political scientist Manvel Sargsyan is confident that this is a threat not only of using force, but also of possible provocations by Sargsyan.
If the government summons closed sessions in peaceful times it means psychologically it feels itself in hostile environment 6.02.2018 | freedom of speech

If the government summons closed sessions in peaceful times it means psychologically it feels itself in hostile environment

Artak Zeynalyan, Member of the Parliament from the “Yelk” fraction, a Deputy Minister of Health in 1998-2001, assesses the Government`s bill on holding closed-door government sessions since April as "a retreat from democracy and the rule of law."

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