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Vahagn Avedian is the editor of Armenica.org and its related information sites about Armenia and its history, including the Karabakh Conflict. He is PhD at the History Department of Lund University.

Vahagn Avedian

Vahagn Avedian is the editor of Armenica.org and its related information sites about Armenia and its history, including the Karabakh Conflict. He is currently completing his Ph.D. thesis at the History Department of Lund University.

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Articles by Vahagn Avedian

  1. The Snap Parliamentary Elections of December 9, 2018 as Confirmation of the “Velvet Revolution” in Armenia

    December 9, 2018 marked a historic day in Armenia’s modern era as people went to the voting stations for a snap parliamentary election. The result rendered a landslide victory (70.4%) to acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s My Step (Imkayl) coalition. The election was a consequence of the power shift which occurred nine months earlier in April 2018, during a popular uprising dubbed as the “Velvet Revolution”.

  2. The 2017 Parliamentary Elections in Armenia in the Light of the New Constitution

    On April 2, Armenia held its first parliamentary election with the newly adopted constitution, transforming the country from a presidential to a parliamentary republic. In short the change transfers the substantial executive power from the presidential office to the prime minister and the parliament. The elections have widely been regarded as an important test of the democracy in Armenia.

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