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The OSCE Office in Yerevan (hereafter also referred to as the Office) has been established based on the July 22, 1999 decision of the OSCE Permanent Council and started its operation on February 16, 2000 after the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia ratified the memorandum of understanding signed between OSCE and the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Office is one of the key European institutions in the country. For many years it has played a vital role in prioritizing human rights principles in the work of the newly established political institutions of the Republic of Armenia.

On February 14, 2017 Sona Ayvazyan, Executive Director of Transparency International Anticorruption Center participated in Conference “Follow-up to the Recommendations of International Election Observation Missions in Armenia” and made a presentation on “Co-operation between international and domestic election observation missions in Armenia.” She spoke on the challenges that international election observation missions face.

Transparency International Anticorruption Center calls for expert services in public procurement area to develop public procurement monitoring methodology and a comprehensive system of systematic and effective data collection and analysis for research of public procurement legislation and law enforcement practice. Eligible Expert shall send the required documents in English or Armenian via email to christina@transparency.am by mentioning “Expert services” in the subject line of your message by EOD February 19, 2017. 

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PUBLIC OVERSIGHT OF PROCUREMENT SYSTEM
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ELECTION OBSERVATION
This database summarizes the results of election observation conducted by "Citizen Observer" public initiative during May 5 2013 Yerevan City Council, May 26 2013, March 9 2014, June 8 2014 local government elections and December 6 2015 referendum on Constitutional changes.
CALCULATION OF VOTING NUMBERS
This database presents the summary results of electronic monitoring analysis, based on the official data of 2012 and 2017 National Assembly, 2013 Presidential, 2013 Yerevan City Council elections and 2015 Constitutional Referendum.
VIOLATIONS BY POLICE
This information database depicts photos and videos documenting violations of right to freedom of assembly – impediments, violations, arrests, etc. by the Armenian police. The materials might be posted on the database by the participants in the assemblies, journalists and other witnesses.
MINES OF ARMENIA
This database comprises information on metal-ore mines in Armenia, their identified resources, mine status, the shareholders of subsurface resource users, the availability of historical-cultural monuments in their territory and accumulation of mining wastes. The database sums up official data obtained from the state institutions.
HISTORICAL-CULTURAL MONUMENTS
This database contains information on the status of destroyed, demolished, dismantled, threatened historical-cultural monument buildings of Yerevan, and their legal and factual status. The database sums up official data obtained from the state institutions.
PUBLIC GREEN AREAS
The database on public green areas in Yerevan includes information on green areas of general use of Yerevan, their surface, construction, lessees, violations of urban development norms and other breaches of construction processes. The database sums up official data obtained from state institutions.
NATIONAL INTEGRITY TREE
The National Integrity System assessment approach used in this report provides a framework to analyse the effectiveness of a country’s institutions in preventing and fighting corruption.
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