Posted by Նախախորհրդարանի քարտուղար on Հունիս 4th, 2013
The Preparliament of Armenia has issued a statement on the incident in Goris, Syunik region.
Commander of a military unit, Colonel Artak Budaghyan is one of the victims of the notorious incident in Goris, on June 1 evening, 2013.
Less than a year has passed since the cruel murder of military surgeon Vahe Avetyan, who fell victim to the criminal system. The investigating authorities and the prosecutor’s office concealed the details of the case. Some of those guilty have not been prosecuted, and misclassification of the crime makes it impossible to punish those guilty with full rigor of the law.
Posted by Նախախորհրդարանի քարտուղար on Հունիս 1st, 2013
Pre-Parliament is in need of technical equipment for its daily operations and for the purpose of providing feedback with the population.
Posted by Նախախորհրդարանի քարտուղար on Մայիս 17th, 2013
YEREVAN. – Today Armenia is united in the face of danger, the real danger that impends over our heads, said conductor Vardan Hakobyan at the rally initiated by Pre-Parliament initiative on Liberty Square in Yerevan downtown on May 17. The photos of the rally are available here.
Posted by Նախախորհրդարանի քարտուղար on Ապրիլ 6th, 2013
On March 20, 2013 at 5pm in Liberty Square, at a public forum organized by Raffi Hovannisian, Jirayr Sefilyan, a member of the initiating group of the Sardarapat Movement and member of the Pre-Parliament Secretariat,
Posted by Նախախորհրդարանի քարտուղար on Հունվար 17th, 2013
Greetings from Toronto Canada!
Wishing you all a happy, joyful and democratic new year!
Your engagement towards a just and equitable Armenia is an inspiration for your fellow Armenians in the diaspora.
We, in the diaspora, are following closely your efforts, including the creation and development of the pre-parliament and its difficult task.
Posted by Նախախորհրդարանի քարտուղար on Հունվար 11th, 2013
Preserving one’s Armenian identity in the diaspora must be a means to an end. The desire to do so must be imbued with a living rationale; otherwise it is doomed to failure.
Below is an excerpt of a recent interview given by Sardarapat Movement leader Alex Yenikomshian. The interview, conducted by Jirayr Cholakian, touches on the challenges currently threatening the future viability of Armenia, such as mass emigration, and what must be done to overcome them. The excerpt below deals with the role of the diaspora in such a process.
We must all finally realize that preserving the health and viability of Armenia is a problem of the entire nation. This is not only correct in principle, from an all-Armenian perspective, but also from a practical and tangible aspect. If this problem isn’t resolved in a short period of time, we will lose Armenia. If that happens what is all this talk about the diaspora, the preservation of Armenian identity, the Armenian Cause and even western Armenia. It would all be for naught.