12 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 13:13 How the World Saw Armenia’s Elections Parliamentary elections took place in Armenia on December 9. My Step Alliance, led by Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, won in a landslide with 70 percent of the vote. More than 70 foreign journalist from 40 international media outlets covered the elections.

Here is an overview of the international media coverage of Armenia’s parliamentary elections.
12 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 10:53 New Chair of Aurora Humanitarian Initiative Tom Catena Discusses Humanitarian Work Dr. Tom Catena is a missionary and the resident physician practicing under harrowing conditions in the Nuba Mountains in southern Sudan. In 2017, he was honored as the Aurora Prize Laureate, an award given to a global humanitarian that seeks to recognize modern-day heroes. The Aurora Prize, granted by the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative, is created on behalf of the survivors of the Armenian Genocide and in gratitude to their saviors. Dr. Catena sat with Sareen Habeshian to discuss his humanitarian work and his recent appointment as chair of the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative. 12 December, 2018 09:57 Tom Catena Announced as Chair of Aurora Humanitarian Initiative The appointment was announced during the Aurora Dialogues in Berlin. Dr. Catena joins the organization during a period of significant growth and will be responsible for engaging key humanitarian stakeholders, working with global partners and overseeing Aurora’s educational and outreach projects, including the internationally recognised, Aurora Prize. Aurora was established three years ago, and has impacted the lives of displaced individuals, children in conflict zones, refugees, migrants and vulnerable citizens around the world. Since 2016, the Aurora Prize has awarded over $3.3 million to unsung heroes and has supported 23 projects in 11 areas of humanitarian assistance globally. This year, the Aurora Prize supported over 375,000 Rohingya refugees. A further 62 students from conflict areas have been recipients of the Aurora Gratitude Scholarships program to study at United World Colleges around the world and the American University of Armenia. 11 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 16:07 Border Stories, Crossing Armenia and Azerbaijan Surik Navasardyan is 82 years old. He lives with his wife in the village of Berdavan in Tavush province. His five daughters are all married, and he has more than ten grandchildren. His only son, Aghasi, was murdered in the spring of 1993, at the age of sixteen. While pasturing goats, Aghasi went very close to the war-torn border. Azerbaijanis opened fire from the opposite hill, and wounded and captured the boy. At that time there was no army at the border posts.
10 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 18:24 Election in Armenia: “It Was As Democratic As in a European Country” Rafael Oganesyan is the founder of the Armenian Election Study, ArmES. He is working on the first scholarly-driven analysis of the Armenian voter. He was an observer during the parliamentary elections that took place in Armenian on December 9.

He spoke with CivilNet’s Ani Paitjan about democracy and few violations he noticed during the electoral process.
10 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 16:14 A Look at Armenia's Elections: What's Next? Armenians went to the polls on December 9 to elect a new parliament. Preliminary results show that acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's party, My Step Alliance received over 70 percent of the vote and the old ruling party, the Republican Party of Armenia did not receive enough votes to remain in parliament. Political consultant Eric Hacopian discusses these historic elections and what's next with CivilNet's Sareen Habeshian. 10 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 00:13 Armenia Votes: Preliminary Results Armenians went to the polls to elect a new parliament on December 9. Eleven political parties and alliances participated in the parliamentary elections. Some minor violations were reported by the observers. However, according to them, the electoral process was generally smooth.

Here is a round up of this election day.
10 December, 2018 00:05 Recap of Election Day in Armenia Armenians went to the polls on December 9 to elect a new parliament. Eleven political parties and alliances, including Nikol Pashinyan’s My Step Alliance and former ruling Republican Party, participated in the parliamentary elections.

Polls opened at 8:00 am, with a few exceptions. Transparency International reported that 8.14 percent of polling stations opened before the designated time of 8:00 am; 81.69 percent opened on time at 8:00 am; 9.83 percent opened between 8:01 am and 8:15 am; 0.34 percent opened after 8:16 am.
9 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 22:49 Al Jazeera Gives An Outside Look on Armenia's Elections Over 100 foreign journalists from 40 different international media outlets have been registered to cover Armenia's parliamentary elections. Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker is one of them. He sat with CivilNet's Sareen Habeshian to discuss the significance of covering Armenia's parliamentary elections for an international audience. 9 դեկտեմբեր, 2018 21:09 Armenia Elections: Voting is Going Smoothly Armenians are heading to the polls to elect a new parliament. In Yerevan, citizens are coming to vote for their favourite party candidate. The electoral process is going smoothly. However, some violations have been reported by the election observers. Eleven political parties and alliances, including Nikol Pashinyan’s My Step Alliance and former ruling Republican Party, are participating in the parliamentary elections.
9 December, 2018 14:36 Judicial System in Armenia Has Never Been More Independent, says Nikol Pashinyan Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan cast his vote in Yerevan's Shengavit district at polling station 8/16 on November 9.

“The judicial system in Armenia has never been more independent than it is now,” Pashinyan said to reporters after casting his ballot.
9 December, 2018 10:01 LIVE BLOG: Armenia Votes Armenians are heading to the polls to elect a new parliament. Eleven political parties and alliances, including Nikol Pashinyan’s My Step Alliance and former ruling Republican Party, are participating in the parliamentary elections. Follow CivilNet’s Live Blog for updates from polling stations from across Armenia.