Monthly Archives: May 2018

Nikol Pashinyan Formally Elected Prime Minister of Armenia

He Received 59 votes for, and 42 Against The Armenian Parliament elected opposition party leader Nikol Pashinyan as Prime Minister of Armenia on May 8, 2018, thus bringing peace to the country. Pashinyan received 59 votes for and 42 against … 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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EU Looks Forward to Working with Pashinyan

High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Vice-President of the Commission Frederica Mogherini and Commissioner Johannes Hahn issued a joint statement on the election of Nikol Pashinyan as the Prime Minister of Armenia, the EEAS … Continue reading

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40,000 March for Justice in Los Angeles to the Turkish Consulate, Wilshire Boulevard

Congressman Adam Schiff, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Delivered Speeches, Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom Calls for Turkey Divestment. LOS ANGELES — Tens of thousands of activists, community members and allies turned out on April 24 for the March for Justice for … Continue reading

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UN Secretary General to Assist Armenia in Various Way

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres issued a congratulatory message to Nikol Pashinyan on being elected Prime Minister of Armenia. Guterres noted that during this significant period of peaceful changes in Armenia, he hopes that the Armenian government under Pashinyan’s … Continue reading

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Armenian Parliament Fails to Elect Nikol Pashinyan as Prime Minister

The Armenian Parliament failed to elect opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan Prime Minister on Tuesday May 1st 2018, despite his warnings about continued unrest in the country. Pashinyan was backed by only 45 members of the 105 seat National Assembly following … Continue reading

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Glendale City Approves Armenian-American Museum

The Glendale City Council directed city staff to negotiate the final Ground Lease Agreement for the Armenian American Museum’s Downtown Glendale site with a lease term of up to 95 years at $1 per year and approved the Museums’s Stage … Continue reading

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Colorado’s Legislature Establishes Sardarapat Section Armenian Memorial Highway

DENVER, CO — On April 24-25, 2018, during the annual legislative commemorations of the Armenian Genocide, the Colorado House of Representatives and the State Senate unanimously passed House Joint Resolution 18-1019 that designates a major state highway in the Centennial … Continue reading

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