OSCE Final Report on Presidential Election: “More can be done”
The final report by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) on the 18 February 2013 presidential election in Armenia concludes that though the elections were generally well-administered and characterized by a respect for fundamental freedoms, more can be done to increase public trust in the integrity of the electoral process.
Raffi Hovannisian Meets with Uk Diplomats; Discusses February 18 Election
They discussed Armenia's recent presidential elections, according to which Hovannisian was the
actual winner and Serzh Sargsyan the false champion, together with issues pertaining to Armenia's
resultant domestic predicament, regional challenges, and international relations in advance of the
Moutainous Karabagh (Artsakh) Republic's formal recognition and the 100th anniversary of the
Genocide and Great National Dispossession of the Armenian people.
Barevolution Offers Official Accounting of April 9 Events
One week has passed since the April 9 inauguration of a New Armenia. Other political forces—and the
media and analysts retained by them—have had ample opportunity to circulate their own version of
events, often relying on misinformation and downright lies. We shall not compete with them. We do
feel, however, that we must give a brief accounting to our people.