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

Azatutyun’s report was biased

Azatutyun TV’s November 18 issue referred to the remarks voiced by former ARF Bureau former representative Hrant Margaryan at the public political gathering “Vernatun”. He doubted that the authorities are choosing the winning path of the Karabakh issue settlement. Keep Reading

Petros Ghazaryan was biased; the problem was unilaterally presented

On November 19, during his program aired on Public Television of Armenia, Petros Ghazaryan hosted Alvard Semirjyan, Associate Professor at the Chair of Theory of Literature and Literary Criticism at YSU. The topic of the discussion was the exclusion of Armenian language, literature, and history from the list of compulsory subjects taught at universities, which was opposed by many students and lecturers. Keep Reading

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