26 September 2002 YEREVAN, 26 September, (Civil Georgia)–With the date of the presidential elections in Armenia fast approaching, pre-election political fever is reaching its peak. Internal confrontation is impeding the ability of the major opposition alliance to nominate a consensus candidate against the incumbent President Robert Kocharian. The newly formed Central Election Commission convened its […]

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