To help enhance the integrity of election process in Armenia, “Policy Forum Armenia”, Transparency International Anticorruption Center, and Citizen Observer Initiative, with the financial support of the European Endowment for Democracy, developed a database entitled the “Wall of Election Falsifiers”. It is available at https://transparency.am/en/elections/falsifiers and includes information about 72 individuals and violations they committed during Armenia’s December 2015 Constitutional referendum.
The European Platform for Democratic Elections (EPDE) condemns the refusal of the Armenian authorities to invite its international citizen observers to monitor the parliamentary election scheduled on 2 April 2017. Together with its Armenian member organisations Transparency International Anticorruption Center, Yerevan and the Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Vanadzor, EPDE strongly protest against the arbitral decision of the Armenian government.
On March 15, 2017 the Ministry of Finance of Armenia hosted a meeting with the Minister of Finance and representatives of non-governmental organizations. They discussed the Recommendations on the Law on Procurement and procurement legislation submitted earlier by Transparency International Anticorruption Center (TIAC). The Recommendations are related to the draft legal acts providing the enforcement of the Law on Procurement to be approved by the Government.