With the stroke of a pen on one of nine ballots, Armenians will be heading to the polls to elect the party, or bloc of parties, that will govern the country for the next four years and, indirectly, also the person who will become president until 2025.
Following the parliamentary election on April 2, the Republic of Armenia is set to transition from a presidential to a parliamentary system of governance. There has been much public discourse about the differences and implications of each
EVN Report presents a brief summary of the April 2 parliamentary election campaign. In this primer, you can find out who the nine parties and political blocs running for office are, their campaign slogans and the top ten names on each list.