Policy

SI Council resolution on Armenia

CASABLANCA COUNCIL – Peace, Security, Development 31 MAY-01 JUNE 2002 RESOLUTION ON ARMENIA The Council of the Socialist International, meeting in Casablanca on 31 May – 1 June 2002, Considering the positive influence the SI can have in the search for just and lasting resolutions of regional conflicts; Considering the increasing geopolitical, strategic and economic…

ARF-D Bureau condemns 9/11 attack on US

YEREVAN – The Bureau of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktustyun issued an announcement Wednesday, condemning the attacks by hijacked aircraft on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon Tuesday. Below is the translated text of that announcement. Along with the entire world, we are shocked by the great tragedy resulting from the criminal attacks that took…

ARF-D Bureau declaration on TARC

On July 9th, in a communiqué released in Geneva, it was declared that a commission was formed under the name of “Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Commission,” which claims to assist in the development of mutual understanding and expression of good-will between the Turkish and Armenian peoples and to encourage the improvement of relations between Turkey and Armenia.…

ARF-D participates in European meeting of Socialist International

YEREVAN — The Socialist International Committee for Central and Eastern Europe, SICEE, met in Zagreb on 6-7 October, 2000, hosted by SI-member the Croatian Social Democratic Party, SDP, which heads the country’s government. As developments unfolded in Serbia, the Committee issued a declaration congratulating and extending its solidarity with the men and women who through…

SI Cuuncil resolution on security and stability in the South Caucasian states

OSLO COUNCIL – Global Solidarity 18-19 MAY 1998 RESOLUTION ON SECURITY AND STABILITY IN THE SOUTH CAUCASIAN STATES 1. The Socialist International supports the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The SI, together with its member parties, considers the diversity of the region as an asset and strongly encourages the states…

Armenian authorities clamp down on the opposition

On September 7, several opposition parties in Armenia, including the Armenian Revolutionary Federation-Dashnaktsutyun, issued an announcement declaring National Democratic Union leader Vazgen Manoukyan the sole candidate representing the national alliance accord. National Self-Determination Union candidate Paruyr Hairikyan, Democratic Party of Armenia candidate Aram Sargsyan and “Artsakh-Hayastan” candidate Lenser Aghalovyan all withdrew their candidacies from the…

DECLARATION Regarding the September 1996 Events in Armenia

The political course of the current leadership of Armenia in regards to the Presidential elections, severely hinders the already fragile democracy and deals a heavy blow to Armenia’s international reputation. Under the veil of constitutional order, the right of the people are piece-by-piece being violated by the very leadership of the homeland. The accelerated pace…

ARF-Dashnaktsutyun has no candidate in presidential polls

YEREVAN- The Armenian Revolutionary Federation in Armenia will not introduce a candidate of its own for the September presidential polls, however the parameters of its participation in the electoral process has not yet been determined, announced the party’s newly elected political director and deputy of the Armenian National Assembly Ruben Hakobyan, during a press conference…

ARF-Dashnaktsutyun Supreme Assembly declaration

The Armenian Revolutionary Federation adjourned its Supreme Assembly of Armenia on July 11, issuing a general policy declaration and a statement on the party’s position on the so-called “Dro” and “31” trials. Below is the translated text of the declaration: The Armenian Revolutionary Federation’s Armenia organization held its Supreme Assembly from June 28 to July…