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Critics argue that the burden would not be equally spread.
Can Yerevan regulate the information field without damaging freedom of speech?
The criminal case against the ex-head of state remains a highly partisan issue.
Government promises zero tolerance against the underworld.
Government proposal would see prosecutor allowed to seize assets.
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.
28 Mar 14
Views differ in Armenia and Nagorny Karabakh, but both fail to see risks in backing Russia's stance.
22 Mar 14
Legislators want to remove user anonymity, though experts point out that might not be technically possible.
21 Mar 14
Yerevan claims 77-year-old villager tortured while imprisoned for over a month.
20 Mar 14
The resumption of high-level Azerbaijan-Armenian meetings is seen as positive, but experts doubt 2014 will bring even incremental progress in the long-running negotiations.
18 Mar 14
Government insists new compulsory contributions will stay in force despite public anger.
7 Mar 14
Everyone agrees community-based rehabilitation has worked, but the government doesn’t have the money to pick up the costs.
5 Mar 14
Speakers at IWPR debate discuss whether recent deterioration indicates worse is to come.
21 Feb 14
March 1 demonstration will commemorate post-election violence of 2008.
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