“Haykakan Zhamanak” admits that most Armenians expected “more rapid and more radical changes” when they brought Nikol Pashinian to power in last year’s “Velvet Revolution.”
The Investigative Committee said on Tuesday that it has indicted four government supporters who reportedly attacked the offices of an online publication critical of the Armenian authorities.
Georgia’s new Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia praised Armenia for recognizing Georgian sovereignty over two breakaway regions during his first official visit to Yerevan on Tuesday.
In what it calls an anti-corruption measure, Armenia’s Justice Ministry has drafted a bill that would allow authorities to confiscate private properties and other assets deemed to have been acquired illegally.
Legal experts from the Council of Europe have given a largely positive assessment of judicial reforms planned by the Armenian government, while warning against aggressive attempts to change the composition of Armenia’s Constitutional Court.
The British government has unexpectedly rescinded its recent decision to appoint an ethnic Armenian diplomat as the United Kingdom’s new ambassador to Armenia.
Members of the Constitutional Court on Monday rejected lawmakers’ calls for the dismissal of its chairman, Hrayr Tovmasian, who is increasingly at loggerheads with Armenia’s political leadership.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has formally agreed to advise Armenia’s Constitutional Court on the legality of coup charges brought against former President Robert Kocharian.
In a weekend phone call, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian discussed with Russian President Vladimir Putin the safety of ethnic Armenians remaining in Syria in light of Turkish military operations conducted there.
“Haykakan Zhamanak” comments on retired Karabakh General Vitaly Balasanian’s latest verbal attacks on Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian.
Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev met on Friday for first-ever official negotiations between the leaders of the two former Soviet republics.
Armenia is ready to help evacuate ethnic Armenian residents of northern Syria affected by Turkey’s military operations conducted there, a senior official in Yerevan said on Friday.