Petros Ghazaryan’s attitude towards the church

Օn July 12 Associate Professor at the Chair of Armenian Language and History of YSU Faculty of Philology Narine Dilbaryan, Education Expert Anahit Bakhshyan, Ethnographer Hranush Kharatyan, former Minister of Culture, publicist Nazeni Gharibyan were Petros Ghazaryan’s guests on Public TV. The topic of the Public Discussion was the standards of general education, most of the program was dedicated to the issue of removing the history of the Armenian Church as a separate subject from the school curriculum, which by the way resulted a stir and hot discussions among the public. Keep Reading

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Petros Ghazaryan’s attitude towards the church

Օn July 12 Associate Professor at the Chair of Armenian Language and History of YSU Faculty of Philology Narine Dilbaryan, Education Expert Anahit Bakhshyan, Ethnographer Hranush Kharatyan, former Minister of Culture, publicist Nazeni Gharibyan were Petros Ghazaryan’s guests on Public TV. The topic of the Public Discussion was the standards of general education, most of the program was dedicated to the issue of removing the history of the Armenian Church as a separate subject from the school curriculum, which by the way resulted a stir and hot discussions among the public. Keep Reading

On March 7, Public Television Allocated 13 Minutes 5 Seconds to the Topic of the Constitutional Referendum

On March 7, the Public Television of Armenia, operating at the expense of taxpayers, allocated 13 minutes 5 seconds to the topic of the constitutional referendum, 7 minutes 40 seconds of which were allocated to the supporters of the “NO” campaign, 5 minutes 25 seconds to the “YES” supporters, no neutral remarks were presented. Keep Reading

On March 6, Public Television Allocated 15 Minutes 40 Seconds to the Topic of the Constitutional Referendum

On March 6, the Public Television of Armenia, operating at the expense of taxpayers, allocated 15 minutes 40 seconds to the topic of the constitutional referendum, 5 minutes of which were allocated to the supporters of the “NO” campaign, 8 minutes 30 seconds to the “YES” supporters, 2 minutes 10 seconds were neutral remarks. Keep Reading

“Media Advocate” Initiative: Artsakh Republic presidential candidate Masis Mayilyan and his supporters hindered media activity

On March 6, during the Askeran meeting with the Artsakh Republic presidential candidate Masis Mayilyan, and the leader of the “United Homeland” Party Samvel Babayan, an incident occurred which may cast a shadow over the free and democratic nature of the presidential election campaign currently being conducted in Artsakh. Keep Reading

On March 5, Public Television Allocated 2 Minutes 15 Seconds to the Topic of the Constitutional Referendum

On March 5, the Public Television of Armenia, operating at the expense of taxpayers, allocated 2 minutes 15 seconds to the topic of the constitutional referendum, 1 minute 10 seconds of which were allocated to the supporters of the “NO” campaign, 1 minutes 5 seconds to the “YES” supporters: no neutral remarks were presented. Keep Reading

“Media Advocate” Initiative: Public TV’s Working Style is a Matter od Concern as for the Second Consecutive Week, Public Television Continues Allocating More Airtime to the “YES” Campaign

From February 24 to March 4, 2020, the Public Television of Armenia, operating at the expense of taxpayers allocated 160 minutes 16 seconds of its air to the topic of the constitutional referendum, 19 minutes 45 seconds of which were allocated to the “NO” campaign, 38 minutes 41 seconds to the “YES” campaign and 101 minutes 50 seconds were neutral remarks. Keep Reading

On March 4, Public Television Allocated 6 Minutes 20 Seconds to the Topic of the Constitutional Referendum

On March 4, the Public Television of Armenia, operating at the expense of taxpayers, allocated 6 minutes 20 seconds to the topic of the constitutional referendum, 1 minute 5 seconds of which were allocated to the supporters of the “NO” campaign, 5 minutes 15 seconds to the “YES” supporters: no neutral remarks were presented. Keep Reading

On March 3, Public Television Allocated 11 Minutes 20 Seconds to the Topic of the Constitutional Referendum

On March 3, the Public Television of Armenia, operating at the expense of taxpayers, allocated 11 minutes 20 seconds to the topic of the constitutional referendum, 3 minute 45 seconds of which were allocated to the supporters of the “NO” campaign, 2 minutes to the “YES” supporters and 5 minutes 35 seconds were neutral remarks. Keep Reading

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