The ruling party of Armenia is likely to lose its overall majority in the May 6 parliamentary elections as the opposition grows in strength and calls for the country - already negotiating with the EU to become an associate member - to move towards greater democracy. This report is the first of a three-part series looking at the nation states that comprise the South Caucasus today - the post-Soviet states of Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.

CALLS for greater democracy throughout the country are driving opposition parties as Armenia prepares for parliamentary elections on May 6, 2012.

However, the election result is unlikely to prod...

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Professor Stefan Hedlund
Post-election bargaining is expected as Mr Sargsyan’s RPA shifts its favours from its existing coalition partner, the Properous Armenia Party (PAP), towards the ANC
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