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Posted inCaucasus, Central Asia, Regions

TRANSCAUCASIA AND CENTRAL ASIA

15 March 1998 “EXCELLENT” AND “HEALTHY” is how Vahan Hova-nissyan, a Dashnak party leader, described the political situation in Armenia as he emerged from prison on 10 February, just days after President Levon Ter-Petrossyan and several of his key allies resigned amid a political crisis. Ter-Petrossyan had banned the Dashnak party in December 1994. His […]