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Disruption of the normal functioning of courts unacceptable, Supreme Judicial Council says
In a statement adopted after a special sitting convened at 9:30 pm today, the Council called on all judges and all judiciary officials to display extreme restraint and act exceptionally within the framework of law.
Armenia's President calls for committment to Constitution and laws
He emphasized that under the Armenian Constitution “power belongs to people.” Therefore, he said, the legislative, executive and judicial powers of Armenia should “reflect the collective will of the Armenian people and serve their Constitutional goals.”
State Of Denial: Play about Armenian Genocide to have US debut in June
Odette, a Rwandan-Canadian filmmaker, travels to Turkey to investigate stories of genocide for an upcoming film. When she interviews Sahana, an elderly Muslim woman who has spent her life assisting survivors of the Armenian Genocide, she learns a devastating secret that she resolves to share with the world at any cost, even if it means revealing her own shocking secret.
IMF approves S$248.2 million stand-by arrangement for Armenia
The Armenian authorities have indicated that they will treat the arrangement as precautionary, and do not intend to draw on the new SBA unless shocks generate balance of payments needs. In addition to providing insurance against shocks, the arrangement will support the authorities’ efforts to strengthen the economic fundamentals and policy frameworks. It will also help effective implementation of structural reforms, particularly relating to governance and improving business climate.
Artsakh denounces Azerbaijani attempts to arbitrarily interpret UN SC Resolutions
The Ministry reminded that according to an accepted approach of the international community, the United States, Russia and France have been tasked with carrying out a mediating mission within the framework of the OSCE Minsk Group.