15 July 1997 NOBODY COULD HAVE PREDICTED THAT in 1996, President Levon Ter-Petrossyan and his Armenian Pan-National Movement (HHSh) would face the strongest challenge yet to their more than six-year rule. Having virtually unlimited power given him by the new constitution as well as the overwhelming support of a weak parliament, Ter-Petrossyan seemed to have […]

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