Opposition | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Political groupings still maintain a tight hold on the country’s broadcast scene.
Failures to deliver on political promises have people back out in the streets.
The authorities appear to be weighing their response as to how best reign in dissent.
Political opposition says referendum was fixed, and international monitors call for claims of widespread abuses to be investigated.
The country’s biggest opposition force is being eliminated.
2 Jun 15
A daughter is stigmatised by her father’s links to the Muslim Brotherhood.
29 May 15
Instead of freeing prisoners as usual on a national holiday, the authorities continue putting their opponents behind bars.
10 May 15
One arrested, two jailed, one ordered to stay in detention after more than a year without trial.
16 Mar 15
With an election due this autumn, there is less pluralism around than might first appear.
27 Feb 15
Feared while in power, Rahat Aliev failed to rebrand himself as an upstanding dissident.
25 Feb 15
Kiev has enlisted Saakashvili-era officials to help carry out badly-needed reforms.
25 Feb 15
After calling for the downfall of the president, Prosperous Armenia’s leader has a change of heart.
20 Feb 15
Opposition parties demand swift action to find perpetrators of abduction and assault, and suspect government members of complicity.
24 Dec 14
Assaults on opposition may reflect fears that its strength is growing.
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