Category Archives: Editorials

Patriarch Mesrob Mutafyan and Elections

Archbishop Mesrob Mutafyan, the 84th Patriarch of Istanbul, passed away March 8th, 2019. Since 2008, he had been incapacitated and was hospitalized for over 10 years, suffering from Alzheimers Disease. The Turkish government officials explained that he had not passed … Continue reading

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We Should Also Support Our Schools

The recent Armenian Educational Foundation Oratorical Contest was held in Glendale, California on February 2, 2019. It was a very encouraging and exciting to witness the ten student representatives from the five high schools in the Los Angeles area that … Continue reading

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New Era in Armenian History

The new positive era in Armenian history as already started and it had to come. Definitely the “Velvet Revolution” had to take place so that a dramatic change would take place in Armenia and for the Armenian people. The movement … Continue reading

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Nikol Pashinyan Will Lead the Country

Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s Party won a very convincing landslide victory in the Parliamentary elections receiving just over 70% of the votes. The elections were smooth, according to the rules and regulations, and garnered the broad trust of the … Continue reading

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Improvements Are Taking Place in Armenia, Slowly, but Surely

The Velvet Revolution in Armenia definitely brought changes and improvements tot he country and the people’s everyday life, thanks to Nikol Pashinyan’s courageous leadership. Naturally, improvements cannot take place overnight. It will take some time, and the changes have started … Continue reading

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Democracy Being Implemented Because of Nikol Pashinyan

Since the Velvet Revolution and Nikol Pashinyan’s election as Prime Minister, many positive charges took place and are taking place continuously. After the protests, the former Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned in April of this year, saving Armenia from a … Continue reading

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Governor George Deukmejian: An Icon of the American and Armenian Community

California Governor George C. Deukmejian passed away on May 8, 2018, and saddened thousands of people. We extend our prayers to his wife Gloria and three children – George, Leslie, and Andrea, plus their children and relatives. Deukmejian was born … Continue reading

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Thank You Nikol Pashinyan

The change of government in Armenia was inevitable and coming, as the opposition was gaining momentum during the past few years. The volcano had to erupt one day, and finally it did erupt, with unbelievable massive demonstrations during the past … Continue reading

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PM Sargsyan’s Decision to Resign Was a Good Step for the Good of Armenia

Following huge public demonstrations (more than 200,000 participants) for over a week in Armenia, Yerevan and various cities, against the nomination of Serzh Sargsyan as Prime Minister, the situation subsided and close to 400,000 marched for Victory, because Serzh Sargsyan … Continue reading

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Thank You, Vatican

The relations between the Catholic Church and the Armenian Apostolic Church are getting more cordial as the years go by, basically because of the Pope’s Christian spirit and camaraderie. Pope John Paul was the first Pope to visit Armenia at … Continue reading

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