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Democracy Making Strides in Former Soviet Armeniai
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March 02, 2013 4:20 AM
Twenty-one years after gaining independence from the Soviet Union, Armenia may be coming of age. It is developing a more open society, and even a messy democracy. This is clear after the February 18 presidential election - won by incumbent Serzh Sargsyan - as VOA correspondent Jim Brooke reports from Yerevan.

Democracy Making Strides in Former Soviet Armenia

Published March 01, 2013

Twenty-one years after gaining independence from the Soviet Union, Armenia may be coming of age. It is developing a more open society, and even a messy democracy. This is clear after the February 18 presidential election - won by incumbent Serzh Sargsyan - as VOA correspondent Jim Brooke reports from Yerevan.


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