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44 pages and no numbers

RPA election pledges

March 29, 2017
44 pages and no numbers
On the threshold of the parliamentary elections, the ruling Republican Party of Armenia has presented a 44-page program consisting of 22 chapters but containing no numbers.

Bizarre election promises

Church taxation and restoration of monasteries in Western Armenia

March 18, 2017
Bizarre election promises
On the threshold of the parliamentary elections, PanARMENIAN.Net presents the most attractive and specific pledges made by the rival political forces during their campaigns.

From concessions to reunion

Karabakh issue in election campaign

March 13, 2017
From concessions to reunion
On the threshold of the parliamentary elections, PanARMENIAN.Net has inquired about the participating parties’ and blocs’ vision for the Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement.

From power to opposition and back

The path of Prosperous Armenia party

February 25, 2017
From power to opposition and back
Prosperous Armenia, one of the most influential parties at the Armenian political arena is marching towards the April parliamentary elections, this time being presented as Tsarukyan Alliance. It’s hard to say whether the change of the name can mean the change of the essence, as Prosperous Armenia has always been associated by people with one personality – its leader Gagik Tsarukyan.

100 days of premiership

Karen Karapetyan’s landmark decisions and initiatives

December 28, 2016
100 days of premiership
December 21, 2016 marked 100 days as Karen Karapetyan came to occupy the post of the Prime Minister of Armenia. This space of time is viewed as a symbolic ‘probation period’ for a politician. PAN will tell about Karapetyan’s most important decisions and initiatives.

From investment fund to calamity zone

Most important points of new government program

October 26, 2016
From investment fund to calamity zone
On October 18, the Armenian government approved a new program that was adopted by the National Assembly. PanARMENIAN.Net presents the most important points of the 33-page document.

‘Long-living’ man of few words

Armenian Foreign Minister’s diplomacy

October 7, 2016
‘Long-living’ man of few words
Edward Nalbandian was appointed as the Foreign Minister of Armenia on April 15, 2008. After occupying the post in the government led by former Prime Ministers Tigran Sargsyan and Hovik Abarahamyan, he will continue to serve under new PM Karen Karapetyan, becoming the ‘longest-living’ minister in the new Armenian government.

War rules for conflicting sides

Geneva Conventions

May 24, 2016
War rules for conflicting sides
The Geneva Conventions ratified by 196 countries are a set of treaties regarding humanitarian issues of civilians and combatants in wartime. The Geneva Conventions extensively defined the basic rights of wartime prisoners (civilians and military personnel); established protections for the wounded and sick; and established protections for the civilians in and around a war-zone.

7 semplici fatti che spiegano il Nagorno Karabakh e gli ultimi conflitti

(In Italian)

April 8, 2016
7 semplici fatti che spiegano il Nagorno Karabakh e gli ultimi conflitti
Molti di voi avranno sentito parlare degli ultimi conflitti attualmente in corso in Nagorno Karabakh e non hanno ben compreso le ragioni scatenanti, o hanno forse letto qualcosa sul confitto e vorrebbero magari saperne qualcosa di più.

7 simple facts explaining Karabakh and the latest clashes

April 5, 2016
7 simple facts explaining Karabakh and the latest clashes
Many of you may have heard about the clashes currently underway in Nagorno Karabakh and are not sure about the reasons, or have read about the conflict and would perhaps like to learn more about it.
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