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Useful Links - Armenia

Anti-Corruption Tools

• The World Bank's Interactive Web-Tool on Governance Indicators
Web tool to a database for 175 countries, for the following six dimensions of Governance:
1) Voice and Accountability
2) Political Stability and Lack of Violence
3) Government Effectiveness
4) Regulatory Quality
5) Rule of Law and
6) Control of Corruption.

Codes of Ethics/Codes of Conduct

• The OECD Public Management Directorate's Work on Ethics and Corruption



• Official Website of the President of Armenia

• Website of the Parliament of Armenia
• Website of the Government of Armenia
Access to information about the government of Armenia and important documents such as the Armenian Interims Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and a database on international donors' assistance.


Legal Texts

• ABA/CEELI Draft Legal Assessment Armenia

• The Constitution of Armenia
• The Electoral Code of the Republic of Armenia
• Law on Press and Mass Media Republic of Armenia



• News and analysis from Central Asia and Caucasus: EurasiaNet
EurasiaNet is a New York-based information and analysis service operated by the 'Central Eurasia Project' of the Open Society Institute. EuroasiaNet provides news and analysis on political, economic, environmental and social developments in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as in Russia, the Middle East, and Southwest Asia. The web site also includes a database, book reviews and a discussion forum.

• RFE/RL Armenian Service
• Asbarez - Armenian Daily (English)
• The Armenian News Agency
• The Aragil Electronic News Bulletin


Non-governmental Organisations

• Armenian NGO database
Contains numerous links to Armenian NGO's

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