Senior representatives of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian’s My Step alliance expressed concern on Friday over a senior judge’s appointment to a state body overseeing Armenia’s courts.
“Haykakan Zhamanak” describes as “unexpected” the Constitutional Court’s decision to look into and rule on the legality of the most serious of accusations leveled against former President Robert Kocharian.
An Armenian court issued has an arrest warrant for the former head of a Yerevan hospital related to former President Serzh Sarkisian after a law-enforcement body brought more corruption charges against him.
A senior government official on Friday did not exclude that this week’s massive electricity outages in Armenia were caused by a hacker attack.
A German-Italian consortium officially launched on Friday the construction of a new thermal power plant in Armenia which will reportedly cost around $250 million.
“Zhoghovurd” says a recent opinion poll commissioned by the Washington-based International Republican Institute (IRI) disproved opposition claims that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian has lost most of his huge popularity since coming to power over a year ago.
European Council President Donald Tusk described Armenia as an “integral part of the European family” on Thursday after his latest visit to the South Caucasus country.
The Armenian government has decided to raise national pensions by 10 percent, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian announced on Thursday.
Armenia’s National Security Service (NSS) has launched an investigation into massive power outages that left much of the country without electricity on Wednesday.
“Zhoghovurd” criticizes a Yerevan court for again refusing to free retired General Manvel Grigorian, who is facing a string of criminal charges, from custody on bail pending the outcome of his trial.
A senior lawmaker representing Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian’s My Step alliance claimed on Wednesday that it remains more popular than suggested by a U.S.-funded opinion poll conducted in Armenia in May.
Armenia’s Constitutional Court has agreed to rule on the legality of the most serious of accusations brought against former President Robert Kocharian.