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Posted 12 May 2018 - 10:36 AM

It would work only if some people puts the interest of the country before theirs.

TASS, Russia

May 11 2018
 
 
Over 85% of Armenians say their Velvet Revolution was not imposed from abroad
May 11, 18:50 UTC+3 YEREVAN 
41.5% of the polled believe newly-elected Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will be able to resolve key problems facing Armenia within the next six months
              

YEREVAN, May 11. /TASS/. More than 85% of Armenians say their Velvet Revolution, when opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan took over premiership, was an exclusive domestic initiative, according to opinion poll results published by Gallup International’s Armenian office on Friday.

Thus, only 2.1% of the polled said they think the revolution was instigated by the United States. Some 1.2% assigned this role to Russia, and 1.1% - to the European Union. Some 9.6% of respondents found it difficult to answer the relevant question.

 

 

 

 

When asked if they think newly-elected Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan would be able to resolve key problems facing Armenia within the next six months, as many as 41.5% answered in the positive. As many as 9.9% answered in the negative, and 7.4% refrained from answering.

The poll embracing 809 people was conducted over the phone in a period from May 4 to 9 in ten Armenian regions.

 

Mass opposition rallies demanding resignation of newly elected Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan erupted in Armenia on April 13. On April 23, Serzh Sargsyan resigned amid ongoing protests led by opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan. Two days later, the ruling parliamentary coalition broke down following the exit of the Dashnaktsutyun party. Pashinyan was finally elected prime minister on May 1.


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Posted 12 May 2018 - 10:41 AM

A good start!

MediaMax, Armenia

May 11 2018
 
 
Armenian PM: No bribe-taker should sleep well
 
 
Yerevan/Mediamax/. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has introduced the newly appointed Director of National Security Service (NSS) Artur Vanetsyan to the staff and outlined the problems that the agency should consider priorities.

 

 

 

“The top priority is to make drastic changes in counter-intelligence and take its efficiency to maximum. The next priority is the fight against corruption. We don’t have a universal body to fight corruption in Armenia. I believe this function must belong to the National Security Service. The problem is very clear: no corrupt official taking bribes and making decisions based on clan system should sleep well in Armenia,” said Pashinyan.

The head of the government has stressed that NSS has to work with other state bodies to exclude tax abuse and smuggling.

Pashinyan has also thanked former NSS Director Geogri Kutoyan for doing his best during recent political developments in the country.

“Armenia missed many historic opportunities and it is our common duty to act differently this time. I am certain your efforts will help us break that habit,” concluded the Prime Minister. 

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 09:42 AM

News.am, Armenia
May 13 2018
 
 
New Armenia PM invites famous economist to visit Armenia
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YEREVAN. – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan informed about his phone conversation with famous economist Daren Acemoglu.

 He said that the Acemoglu is ready to provide his assistance on the matters of reviving and development of Armenia’s economy.

“Mr. Acemoglu accepted my invitation to visit Armenia. The date of his visit will be finalized in the near future,” Nikol Pashinyan wrote on Facebook.

Daren Acemoglu, Armenian by origin, was born in Turkey. He is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 09:44 AM

News.am, Armenia
May 13 2018
 
 
Armenia PM: Government should undertake necessary reforms in various areas
19:55, 13.05.2018
                  
 


YEREVAN. – Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan held consultations with members of the new government.

Pashinyan congratulated the members of the Cabinet of Ministers on their election and asked them to start performing their duties immediately in order not to waste time. According to him, there are operational problems that must have been resolved.

“The logic and philosophy of our work should be as follows: our task is to make the life of Armenian citizens more comfortable and prosperous. Of course, our government has a political priority, namely to prepare the Republic of Armenia for early parliamentary elections, but we must be able to record serious results. Constant dialogue with the society should become the style of our work,” he said.

The Prime Minister emphasized that in the near future the government should undertake necessary reforms in various areas and in this term he underlined importance of public assistance, which is the main factor on which the work of the government should be based.

Pashinyan noted that the residents of the country pin much hopes on the new government, which implies a new approach in their work.

“We know that representatives of different political forces have joined the government, but the government should work as a team, otherwise we will not be able to be effective, and I consider myself a guarantor of the Cabinet’s work. I hope that we have common perception on this matter,” he said.
According to Pashinyan, one of the main tasks is to draft a government program and submit it in the parliament. He asked each minister to immediately start work on the program in his field, and added that the program should be optimistic and meet the expectations of the citizens of Armenia.

During the meeting, issues of government activities, medium-term expenditure programs, the fight against corruption and other problems were discussed.

 

 

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 09:37 AM

The Morning Journal
May 14 2018
 
 
Armenia’s new PM meets with Russia’s Putin for the 1st time

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian, left, shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their meeting in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Monday.Mikhail Klimentyev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP

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05/14/18, 1:50 PM EDT  |  Updated: 2 hrs ago                                   

 

MOSCOW >> Russian President Vladimir Putin has met with Armenia’s new prime minister for the first time after former protest leader Nikol Pashinian was elected to the post.

 

 

Nikol Pashinian, an opposition figure who spearheaded weeks of nationwide protests, was elected by parliament last week. He and his supporters had pressured the country’s long-term leader, Serzh Sargsyan, to step down rather than seek a power grab. Sargsyan’s ten-year rule was marred by widespread corruption.

 

 

Landlocked Armenia hosts an important Russian military base and has been reliant on Russia’s cheap energy supplies.

 

 

After meeting with Putin in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Pashinian on Monday vowed to “give a new impetus” to Armenia’s relations with Russia and said “no one has ever doubted” that Russia is a strategic ally for his country.

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 09:39 AM

ARKA, Armenia
May 14 2018
 
 
Armenian Diaspora minister intends to carry out personnel changes
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YEREVAN, May 14. /ARKA/. Armenian Diaspora Minister Mkhitar Hayrapetyan said Monday that he intends to carry out personnel changes. 

He said the changes will not be purges in nature – everything will be decided after taking into account effectiveness criteria. 

Hayrapetyan pointed out the combination of experience and youth in the ministry as his key objective. 

”There will be no hasty decisions,” he said. “I am tuned to work with the existing team, and I am convinced that we will manage to solve all the problems we face.”

Commenting on fears that he is too young to fulfill his duties in office, he said that the fears are justified, but he will work hard to produce results.  

The minister also stated that the team in which he work will rid the country of corruption and solve major problems. 

He said that at the period of Armenian Republicans’ rule all areas were blighted with corruption, and he expressed confidence that the team will manage to root out corruption.   

Mkhitar Hayrapetyan, 27, is the youngest minister in the Cabinet.

He has graduated from the Yerevan State University with the eastern sciences specialist diploma. 

Hayrapetyan has been engaged in organization of tours to the Western Armenia. He is a member of the Civil Contract party led by Nikol Pashinyan. In the party he was responsible for relations with Armenian communities worldwide. 

On April 23, Serzh Sargsyan, who was appointed by the Armenian parliament as prime minister amid widespread disaffection for him, resigned under the pressure of mass protests against his premiership. On the same day, Armen Sarkissian, Armenian president accepted the government’s resignation. 

On May 8, the National Assembly elected Nikol Pashinyan as prime minister by a majority of votes - 59 MPs voted for him and 42 voted against him. -0---

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 09:40 AM

News.am, Armenia
May 14 2018
 
 
New Armenia diaspora minister: We will carry out huge immigration and repatriation
11:36, 14.05.2018 

YEREVAN. – We will carry out a huge immigration and repatriation; but this requires time and energetic daily work.

The new Minister of Diaspora of Armenia, Mkhitar Hayrapetyan, stated the aforesaid at a press conference on Monday.

In his words, now it is already said that many have returned to their homeland, Armenia.

“The victory of the revolution [in Armenia] brought with it hope, which for a long time was absent among people; it’s owing to this that they are returning,” Hayrapetyan said. “Now the moment has come to strengthen it with concrete steps. When we will create that climate, we will be able to propose to our compatriots to return.”

Also, the new Armenian government’s youngest minister—at 27 years of age—noted that there may be some changes in the current programs of the Ministry of Diaspora of Armenia, and he added that there will be new ones, too.

In the minister’s words, the relations as well as the quality of engaging with the Armenian diaspora communities need to change, since they were not given the attention that they deserved.

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 11:59 AM

wishful thinking, but some of us still remember how   our predecessors was welcomed back in 1946...
what so many left in 1970s to late 1980s 



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Posted 17 May 2018 - 08:26 AM

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May 16 2018
 
 
 
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Practical results in fighting corruption should be visible to the public, Armenia's Justice Minister Artak Zeynalyan said on Wednesday during the meeting with UK Ambassador to Armenia, Judith Margaret Farnworth.

The Ambassador congratulated Artak Zeynalyan on his appointment as Minister, highly appreciated the level of the relations with the Ministry of Justice and confirmed UK's support for effective governance in Armenia.

In turn, Zeynalyan assured that the programs planned jointly with the UK will be implemented in the light of new changes in the country.

"We will do our best not only to eradicate corruption in practice, but to ensure that the practical results in fighting corruption should be visible to the public," the minister stressed.

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Posted 17 May 2018 - 10:41 AM



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Posted 18 May 2018 - 09:01 AM

We need more of these stints in order to put the bribe takers on edge. The sooner we get rid of them the better it is for the rest.



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Posted 18 May 2018 - 09:15 AM

Institute for War and Peace Reporting, UK
May 17 2018
 
 
Where are the Women in Armenia's Revolution?
Female participation in the protests has not translated into political power.
By Sara Khojoyan
 

Women had a highly visible role in the peaceful protests that unseated Armenian premier Serzh Sargsyan last month, with female activists seen on the barricades and setting up the roadblocks in demonstrations that brought the capital Yerevan to a standstill.

But those who hoped that this level of involvement would lead to a new government with a fairer gender balance have been disappointed.

The journalist-turned-politician who led the protests, Nikol Pashinyan, promised the National Assembly on May 8 he would ensure proper representation for women, who he acknowledged “played a major role” in unseating Sargsyan and the ruling Republican party.

“We need to create equal opportunities for all women to continue being part of political decisions in the new Armenia,” Pashinyan said.

Some hailed this as a historic speech, the first time in Armenia’s history when a prime minister had highlighted the role of women in the country’s future success.

However, just a few days later, Pashinyan warned that that there would in fact be few female politicians in his cabinet due to an agreement he had reached to share positions amongst a number of other parties.  

Indeed, only two of the new government’s 17 ministers - for culture and for labour and social affairs - are women. All three deputy prime ministers are all men.

The extraordinary events that led to the fall of the government began on March 30, when Pashinyan began walking from Armenia’s second city Gyumri to Yerevan with the stated intention to bring down Sargsyan and his Republican party after more than 20 years’ rule.

Although Pashinyan was met by only a few thousand supporters in Yerevan on April 13, many more flooded the capital four days later when Sargsyan was re-elected as prime minister by a parliamentary vote. The streets were filled with tens of thousands of people angry over corruption and political reform that seemed calculated to concentrate power in the hands of a select few. Sargsyan resigned on April 23.

A handful of women were among those addressing the crowds gathered at Republic Square. The first was Maria Karapetyan, development director of the Imagine Centre of Conflict Transformation.

“I want to address my sisters who stand together, hand in hand and fought a double fight for the change of power in Armenia and for their equal rights in public. Long live sisters!” she told the crowds.

But although there was a high level of female involvement in the protests, they made up a far less visible part of the protest movement’s leadership.

This was the subject of much discussion on social media during the so-called velvet revolution, and there were hopes that the country’s new leadership would reflect a fresh approach to inclusion.

Ashot Khurshudyan, an economic expert at Yerevan’s International Centre of Human Development, said that it was important to note that, although the public speeches were dominated by men, the extent of female participation in the protests was unprecedented.

“Women are the most neglected part of our society. And these demonstrations are a signal not only to the system of governance but to the entire society that we have an able part of society which is alienated,” he said.

Armenia is still a patriarchal society where women are expected to conform to certain gender roles. It is ranked 97 out of 144 countries by the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report 2017. Armenian women lack access to political empowerment, making up around 17 per cent of the country’s parliament, with 18 female MPs out of 105.

There are no female governors or mayors anywhere in the country.

Barely two per cent of those with leadership roles in rural communities are women, according to a study carried out by academic Ruzanna Tsaturyan.

“In political discourse, women were viewed in reproductive roles typical for a patriarchal society,” she said. “Their child-bearing and maternal functions were emphasised. Women were presented in sexist and stereotypical feminine models in politician’s speeches. These texts were identical and one-dimensional,” Tsaturyan concluded.

Many female civil society activists who played a key role during the protests say that they are disappointed with how little the political culture has changed.

Lara Aharonian, the founder and manager of Yerevan’s Women’s Resource Centre, spent many days in April on the street protesting and was even detained at one point.

She said that as the role of women in social change had long been minimised in Armenian culture, Pashinyan’s public address marked a significant step forward.

“Women were active for years over many issues - environment, issues in the army or women's rights and etc. And it was the first time that women's role in all the fights was acknowledged.”

Nonetheless, Aharonian noted, “His speech doesn't mean we have reached our aims. There is still a long fight ahead to change the patriarchal values that almost everyone in Armenia has. Maybe with this new government, our chances to reach our goals have increased.”

Some have played down the gender imbalance in the new government. Political analyst Hrant Ter-Abrahamyan said that this should not be seen as a major issue.

“When we start counting, we start considering women as objects, as if enough women in the cabinet will solve the gender issues,” he said, adding, “We will have women ministers and women prime ministers in Armenia, and not because of their gender but for their respective qualities.”

However others argue that the only way to fight for gender equality is to institute quotas for women in public positions.

Yerevan city council member Zara Batoyan, from Pashinyan’s Civil Contract party, also spoke from the stage in Republic Square.  She said that more needed to be done to encourage women to take a public stance.

“I was calling on women through the whole process to make speeches on stage. Women were always involved in important issues and I was happy when four of them agreed to speak on one of the days because they actually had a say,” she continued, adding, “Yes, nobody forbade or hindered them, but as we know, not stopping doesn't mean supporting or encouraging.”

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Posted 19 May 2018 - 08:17 AM

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During today’s government session Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan touched upon the cases of recent attacks on civil activists and the issue to investigate them.

“Cases of attacks, as well as cases of breaking cars occurred in April. These cases must be investigated, and the issue of peoples’ own vehicles must be solved, we need to understand who will bear the responsibility for these attacks, and all acts should be revealed”, the PM said.

He reminded that an attack on students happened in Heratsi Street, and the video has spread in the internet. “It has been found out that this case has been closed. We should end this practice. People must clearly see that we are moving on the path of disclosing the cases, today, unfortunately, these messages do not exist, but I hope we will see. The legality of the decision to close the case must be checked, since what the media writes, it turns out that closing the cases has nothing to do with the law”, PM Pashinyan said.

In his turn first deputy prime minister Ararat Mirzoyan added that according to media reports, several days ago unknown persons attacked a group of activists near a supermarket in Yerevan: the activists were demanding the resignation of Yerevan Mayor Taron Margaryan.

Commenting on this, PM Pashinyan applied to Police Chief Valery Osipyan: “All violent acts should be fully investigated. I don’t care who is the author of the violence and who is the victim, from which political team, camp or party. We must have a violence-free society. Mr. Osipyan, I expect concrete and quick actions”.

The first deputy PM added that he is ready to be engaged in the investigation of some of the cases as an eyewitness.

 
 
 


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Posted 21 May 2018 - 08:59 AM

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The National Security Service of Armenia makes efforts to expose corruption chains, NSS Director Artur Vanetsyan said in a meeting with heads of media outlets.

“In a short period of time you will witness the exposure of people enriched via corruption schemes who will stand responsible in line with law. This does not mean that we will take the path of repressions or revenge. Any case against anyone will be public”,  Vanetsyan said, adding that illegally enriched people should return the sums.

According to him, there are nearly 350 individuals in Armenia who are unaware that companies that evade taxes are registered in their names. “They are unaware, they are people living in difficult social conditions whose passports were taken for 5,10,20 thousand drams and companies were registered in their names”, Vanetsyan said, promising to present the exposures to the public soon.

 
 
 


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Posted 21 May 2018 - 09:02 AM

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Armenia is a small country, but a global nation, therefore we should not miss the current opportunity to serve Armenians’ potential to Armenia, President Armen Sarkissian said via live video at the discussion titled ‘Armenia Tomorrow: Citizen Diplomacy at Work’ organized by the Institute of Armenian Studies of the University of Southern California.

Commenting on the recent domestic political developments in Armenia, the President called the opportunity to change the political system in Armenia through peaceful protests, expressing own views and beliefs as unique and perfect. “I think we, as Armenians, must be proud of what we achieved in April-May 2018. Of course, this creates great expectations throughout the world, not only among young Armenians. But it first of all makes the young Armenians to believe that they are the owners of this country, future, values and heritage. Secondly, the sense of being a citizen, responsible for the future is also very important”, the Armenian President said.

He said that when he was proposed to become a president, he was thinking that he has seven years to reach the point via different discussions, encouraging people so that they will feel themselves a citizen, will express their views freely, will fight for their own beliefs so that they will be honest and responsible while going to election. But, according to the President, this happened in seven days instead of seven years.

In this sense President Sarkissian highlighted the use of the Armenian potential and the fact not to miss this chance. “Most of Armenians living abroad are very good citizens in the countries they live, some of them are respected and recognized scientists, businessmen, politicians by the international community. It’s time for all to perceive that Armenia is their homeland, they belong to this state. By using this chance let’s reconstruct our country for the sake of future generations”, Armen Sarkissian said.

The President stated that the Armenian people are quite mature and wise to take advantage of this historic opportunity, and he is optimistic. “We need to keep the door open so that all Armenians, who think they have something to give to the homeland, will have an opportunity to invest their knowledge, time and energy in this country. If we miss this chance, I will be very sad”, the President added.

 
 
 

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 11:01 AM

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Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan announced today that all the governors of Armenia will be replaced, PM Pashinyan told the reporters following the inauguration ceremony of the Cabinet members at the Presidential Residence. “I think all the governors will be replaced”, Pashinyan said.

Referring to the possibility of replacing the heads of Special Investigation Service and Investigative Committee, Pashinyan emphasized that there are some legislative problems there. “We will observe those issues in the context of the legislation”, Pashinyan said.

 

 

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Posted 25 May 2018 - 09:29 AM

News.am, Armenia
May 24 2018
 
 
PM: There is gigantic shadow economy in Armenia
15:19, 24.05.2018
                  
 
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YEREVAN. – At the end of Thursday’s Cabinet meeting of the new government of Armenia, the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, Mane Tandilyan, reflected on the procedures for granting people disability status as well changing and terminating status in the country, and she pointed to the irregularities in these procedures. 

In this connection, Minister of Finance Atom Janjughazyan stressed that each and every relevant amnesty had an assumed impact on this matter.

And Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan immediately jumped in. 

“It should be taken into consideration that the SRC [the State Revenue Committee] has been tasked that the revenue parts of the [state] budget must be substantially increased,” he said, in particular. “We all know that there is a gigantic shadow economy in Armenia, and our relevant [government] bodies must work and bring this shadow economy out to the bright area.

“We [Armenia] have money; it’s just that our money isn’t where it should be.”

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Posted 25 May 2018 - 09:30 AM

ARKA, Armenia
May 24 2018
 
 
Illegally enriched citizens to be named soon - Armenian National Security Service Head
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YEREVAN, May 24. /ARKA/. Armenian National Security Service Head Arthur Vanetsyan said Thursday that illegally enriched citizens will be named in the next few days. 

Earlier, Vanetsyan said that there are 350 people in Armenia who don’t know that they are doing large-scale businesses and evade taxes.

The thing is that their passports have been taken and some businesses have been registered.  

“We started taking active measures on May 23 and information will be released to public in the next few days,” he said. “I haven’t said that 350 people will be detained on June 23. Yes, there are summoned and brought for explanations. Work is under way now, and the public will be informed soon. This is a complicated job.”

Vanetsyan said that the preliminary data has been confirmed. --0---

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