Public TV journalist makes a political statement

When interviewing Alen Simonyan, Public TV journalist asked: “Tomorrow Ruben Melikyan is going to submit an application to the CEC (Central Electoral Commission), the civil initiative has been formed by them and in fact, it turns out that Robert Kocharyan’s supporters will become, somehow the one ones who form the headquarters of the “No” campaign, that is those who will conduct a campaign for the “No”. How do you treat this issue? ” Keep Reading

Լրահոս

Public TV journalist makes a political statement

When interviewing Alen Simonyan, Public TV journalist asked: “Tomorrow Ruben Melikyan is going to submit an application to the CEC (Central Electoral Commission), the civil initiative has been formed by them and in fact, it turns out that Robert Kocharyan’s supporters will become, somehow the one ones who form the headquarters of the “No” campaign, that is those who will conduct a campaign for the “No”. How do you treat this issue? ” Keep Reading

Public TV journalist makes a political statement

When interviewing Alen Simonyan, Public TV journalist asked: “Tomorrow Ruben Melikyan is going to submit an application to the CEC (Central Electoral Commission), the civil initiative has been formed by them and in fact, it turns out that Robert Kocharyan’s supporters will become, somehow the one ones who form the headquarters of the “No” campaign, that is those who will conduct a campaign for the “No”. How do you treat this issue? ” Keep Reading

Hrayr Tamrazyan was not neutral again

Hrayr Tamrazyan tried to justify CC Judge Vahe Grigoryan during an interview of Azatutyun TV’s Sunday Issue, broadcast on February 16. In response to Tamrazyan’s question whether it is unfair that the CC president remained in office, Gorgisyan responded: “It is very unfair, but as unfair as the fact that the president of the Central bank and the Prosecutor General remain in their positions. Keep Reading

There has been no change in the salaries of ArmTV’s staff after the income tax leveling

Since January 1, 2020, the employment and service contracts of most of the employees of the Public Television’s Media and Analytical Programs Division have been subject to changes as a result of which, their salaries were not raised, while, according to the changes to the Tax Code, they pay 23 percent of the income tax. Keep Reading

1 2 3 56
Go to Top