Artur Vanetsyan

By Mark Dovich YEREVAN (Civilnet) — Artur Vanetsyan, an opposition leader in Armenia’s parliament, announced on Sunday, April 17, that he and several other party leaders would hold an indefinite sit-in in central Yerevan to protest the[...]

I spent the entire month of June in Armenia. Back home, when friends ask me how I found Armenia, I cannot help but make an analogy by saying, “People are at the last dance on the Titanic.” Before arriving there, I anticipated seeing[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress, Panorama) — The joint candidate of the Fatherland Salvation Movement Vazgen Manukyan said during a demonstration at Baghramyan Street that they will patiently move forward their struggle, demanding the resignation of[...]

YEREVAN (Armenian Public Radio) – The 17 opposition forces demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan have named Vazgen Manukyan as their candidate for the post of Prime Minister. “Vazgen Manukyan will be the[...]

YEREVAN – While protesting continued in the streets of Yerevan over the last few days concerning the terms of the Karabakh ceasefire, four leaders of an alleged plot to assassinate Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan were arrested on[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Artur Vanetsyan, the former head of Armenia’s most powerful security service, has announced his entry into active politics, saying that he will set up a party to challenge Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has dismissed the director of the National Security Service. Pashinian told a news conference on September 16 he had signed a motion for Artur Vanetsyan’s removal from office,[...]