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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.
17 Feb 14
Officials say refundable payment will deter those going abroad merely to escape army service.
14 Feb 14
Foreign nationals without extended residence rights restricted to staying three months out of six in Russia.
5 Feb 14
Serzh Sargsyan’s private trip to South Korea becomes news story.
24 Jan 14
Critics say deal gives Kremlin political as well as economic leverage.
24 Jan 14
Highest appeals court disputes ombudsman’s findings, and insists bribery is punished, not encouraged.
17 Jan 14
Court orders Shant Harutyunyan to be detained for compulsory testing after he called for revolution.
10 Jan 14
With their main highway shut because of the risk of gunfire, residents of northeastern district are almost cut off from the outside world.
9 Jan 14
Government plans to reduce use of custody orders for suspects awaiting trial.
24 Dec 13
Turkey now says Armenia must mend fences with its other neighbour Azerbaijan before rapprochement can happen.
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