SURVEY: WOULD YOU TAKE ELECTORAL BRIBE?
- Elections and electoral fraud were the topics for the "My Opinion" civil initiative's subsequent study. The survey was conducted in four districts of Yerevan and five provinces.
Can you vote for the political party that you don't prefer for money?
1. Yes: 8%2. Probably Yes: 11%3. Definitely Not: 58%4. Probably Not: 15%5. Other: 8%
If you were offered an electoral bribe, would you take it?
1. I would take it, but I would vote for my preferred party: 28%2. I would take it and vote for whoever I am told: 7%3. I wouldn't take it: 54%4. Other: 11%
If the parliamentary elections were held this Sunday, who would you vote for?
1. Republican Party of Armenia (HHK): 11%2. Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK): 37%3. "Country of Law" Party (OEK): 2% 4. Armenian National Congress (HAK): 29%5. Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktsutyun (ARF-D): 12%6. "Heritage" Party: 5%7. Other: 4%
- 1914 After long negotiations and a bitter diplomatic stuggle, the Russo-Turkish Treaty on Western Armenian reforms is finally signed in Constantinople.
- 1920 Armenia was formally recognized by European countries.
- 1922 The first Yerevan State Dramatic theatre was opened. It was named the Soondookian Theatre after 1937.
- 1926 Opening of the First Exhibition of Armenian Fine Arts in Yerevan.
- 1951 Death of philologist Zabel Boyajian.