26 May 2003 The leading pro-government party appears to lead the pack as preliminary results are released, but international observers and opposition activists cite serious irregularities. The Armenian public, meanwhile, barely manages a collective yawn in the lowest turnout since 1991. YEREVAN, Armenia–Only months after a controversy over much-criticized presidential elections threatened to destabilize Armenia, […]

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