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initiative is an open coalition of a number of
interested civil society actors in Armenia. The
Partnership strives towards promotion of democratic
reform process in Armenia.

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Polling

Which is the most corrupt sphere in Armenia?
Healthcare
4
 
13.79%
Education
5
 
17.24%
Jurisdiction
8
 
27.59%
Agriculture
0
 
0%
Social
2
 
6.9%
Environmental
0
 
0%
Other
2
 
6.9%
Total: 29




 

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22.10.2013 | News
European Integration Index 2013 for EaP Countries

Open Society Foundations-Armenia is pleased to invites to “European Integration Index 2013 for EaP Countries” presentation which will take place on October 22, 11:00-14:00 at “Picasso” hall of Congress Hotel.

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20.11.2012 | Upcoming Events

POS statements

24.09.2013 | Statements
About The Acts of Intimidation Towards Armenian Civic Activists

On September 5, 2013 around 22:10-22:20, in the neighborhood of Koghbatsi Street of Yerevan, a few steps away from the RA State Revenue Committee, near his garage Haykak Arshamyan, Project Coordinator of Yerevan Press Club, and Suren Saghatelyan, Board member of Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center, were brutally attacked by 6-7 unknown men. Haykak Arshamyan and Suren Saghatelyan were hospitalized with severe injuries, contusion and fractures. The two civic activists are public figures and carry out their social activities within a legal framework.

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