Yerevan Municipal Elections 2018

The “My Step” Party Alliance, with 81.06 percent of the vote, secured a landslide victory in the Yerevan municipal elections on September 23, 2018. Find out more about the capital's new mayor, the three forces that will make up Yerevan's new Council of Elders, and the course of the elections in EVN Report's overview.

Yerevan City Elections 2018: Everything You Need to Know

Following the resignation of Mayor Taron Margaryan, the city of Yerevan is now preparing for snap elections. EVN Report presents the parties and alliances that are running for City Council and more.

Yerevan City Elections: The Price of Dispirited Voters

The Yerevan City elections, held on Sunday, May 14, produced more questions than answers as the ruling Republican Party of Armenia claimed a decisive victory with over 70 percent of the vote. Political consultant Arin Keshishian writes about his observations of the municipal elections for EVN Report.

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