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Government promises zero tolerance against the underworld.
Government proposal would see prosecutor allowed to seize assets.
Landslide expected for Velvet Revolution coalition and new civil society voices.
Municipal vote heralded as sign of great political change within the country.
Female participation in the protests has not translated into political power.
29 May 14
Critics of proposed monument recall Stalinist purges of the 1930s.
27 May 14
Despite attack on ethnic Armenian village, officials in Yerevan say it is vital to avoid getting drawn into conflict.
13 May 14
"Everyone knows what we’ve been doing all these years," says Armenian activist involved in joint projects, who is now cited in Azerbaijani "spy" case.
2 May 14
Turkish prime minister speaks of "suffering", but Armenians say he needs to condemn mass killings unequivocably.
29 Apr 14
Environmentalists see commercial fish farms as latest threat to Lake Sevan.
23 Apr 14
Confusion as constitutional judges rules that compulsory deductions are unlawful but then say they can continue for now.
18 Apr 14
The Nairit factory is running up massive debts just by standing idle, but opposition politicians are unhappy with Rosneft’s acquisition plan.
11 Apr 14
Tigran Sargsyan presided over unpopular reforms, and also worked on failed efforts to move closer to Europe.
8 Apr 14
In a United Nations vote on Crimea, Armenia found itself in a minority with the likes of North Korea and Cuba.
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