27 February 2003 YEREVAN, Armenia–The dramatic turn in Armenia’s presidential election, which is heading toward a run-off on 5 March, has thrown light on a political practice that President Robert Kocharian has relied upon extensively, political observers say. This practice, characterized as “administrative resources,” refers to the use of state agencies during campaigns and elections […]

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