Launched in November 2003 the "Partnership for Open
Society"
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




 

PARTNERSHIP STATEMENTS


2011-04-11 | Statements
Unhealthy Electoral Politics: Joint Statement of NGOs to the Armenian Government

As Armenia heads into parliamentary and presidential elections after the 2008 post-election crackdown that threw the country into an unprecedented human rights crisis, the government needs to recommit politically to the international human rights principles and embrace established democratic election standards.


2011-02-24 | Statements
Joint Statement

On February 17, Shirak court of general jurisdiction granted the claim of Gyumri Municipality and made CHAP LLC, the founder of GALA TV, demount the transmitting satellite and cable from TV tower located at Sargsyan str. 6/1 in Gyumri within a month. GALA TV announced that they intend to appeal the decision in the Court of Appeals.


2010-10-22 | Statements
The statement of members of the initiative group of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Armenian National Platform

We the undersigned express our serious concern regarding to the decisions made by the Armenian Coordinating Council of the EaP CSF on 16 September 2010 and after that.


2010-08-30 | Statements
Statement on the Not Objective Attitude of the RA Police Regarding the Shortcomings Available at the RA Police Detention Facilities

On June 24, 2010 the Public Monitoring Group members submitted recurrent records on different types of shortcomings available at the DFs in three different marzes of RA. Below are presented facts from the above mentioned records, the RA Police comments regarding these facts, and the clarification given by the Monitoring Group.


2009-05-26 | Statements
Open Letter to Members of National Television and Radio Commission

According to Article 83.2 of the amended Constitution of the Republic of Armenia, "an independent regulatory body shall be created with the aim of ensuring the freedom, independence and diversity of broadcast media. Half of the members of this body shall be selected by the National Assembly for a period six years, and the other half shall be appointed by the President of the Republic of Armenia for a period of six years.


2009-03-12 | Statements
Unresolved problems with the human rights and civil liberties

On March 11 the MCC left the suspension of the funding for roads within the MCA-Armenia Compact in place. The initial suspension in June 2008 was motivated by unresolved problems with the human rights and civil liberties and the last decision not to lift suspension was due to insufficient progress in solution of these problems.

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Description of audit activities on potential fraud and abuse in “ENA” CJSC.
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11.03.2016 | Upcoming Events
Public discussion series “Draft of New Electoral Code and Issues of Realization of Electoral Right in Armenia” in Yerevan, Gyumri and Vanadzor.

The Partnership for Open Society Initiative, representing more than 60 civil society organizations, is pleased to invite you to participate in public discussion series titled “Draft of New Electoral Code and Issues of Realization of Electoral Right in Armenia” in Yerevan, Gyumri and Vanadzor.

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15.02.2016 | Statements
Statement on the Drafting of the New Electoral Code of the Republic of Armenia.

We would like to call your attention to the statement on the Drafting of the New Electoral Code of the Republic of Armenia. The statement is open for signature.

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