The pro-government majority in Armenia’s parliament will urge the Constitutional Court to replace its chairman, Hrayr Tovmasian, accusing him of mishandling judicial proceedings in the criminal case against former President Robert Kocharian.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian on Monday accused environmental activists campaigning against the Amulsar gold mining project of misleading the public and said they must stop “demonizing” Armenia’s broader mining industry.
The presumed leader of a clandestine militant group that had allegedly plotted to overthrow Armenia’s former President Serzh Sarkisian has been released from prison on bail.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian said on Monday that he has dismissed Artur Vanetsian, the head of Armenia’s most powerful security agency.
“Hraparak” claims that life in Armenia has still not returned to normal after the “Velvet Revolution” of April-May 2018.
Seven members of France’s parliament have drawn praise from Armenia and strong condemnation from Azerbaijan for their visit to Nagorno-Karabakh that ended on Friday.
The Central Bank of Armenia (CBA) dismissed on Friday concerns voiced about the government’s plans to facilitate law-enforcement authorities’ access to bank account data.
Armenia’s National Security Service (NSS) has refused to drop corruption charges brought against a senior government official who actively participated in last year’s “Velvet Revolution.”
The number of officially employed people in Armenia has risen by 12 percent to over 603,000 since last year’s “Velvet Revolution,” Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian said on Friday.
“Aravot” dismisses as “extreme and reckless” critical reactions in Armenia to celebrations of Moscow Day in Yerevan.
The acting secretary general of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), Valery Semerikov, dismissed on Thursday speculation in Armenia about Azerbaijan’s possible attempts to gain a special status in the Russian-led military alliance.
Former President Robert Kocharian decried “the most disgraceful criminal case” in Armenia’s history on Thursday as a district court in Yerevan resumed his and three other former officials’ trial suspended four months ago.