Freedom of Information Center of Armenia.

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31.05.2013 - Monitoring Report on Yerevan Municipal Election Campaign-2013

The Freedom of Information Center and the Caucasus Institute prepared and published “The 2013 Yerevan Municipal Election Campaign in Online Media Coverage” Monitoring Report.

15.01.2013 - How much do the ministries spend on catering?

On September 4, 2012 the Freedom of Information Center sent written requests to RA President’s Staff, the RA National Assembly, as well as all Ministries asking to provide information on catering delivered during official meetings of the President, Chairman of the National Assembly and Ministers.

06.11.2012 - Measuring Openness: A survey of transparency ratings and the prospects for a global index

We present you a report by Columbia University journalism professor Sheila S. Coronel. This report was supported by the Open Society Foundations, Right to Information Fund. The report was taken from the

24.09.2012 - Marzpets’ incomes 2011

In 2011, Marzpet (Regional Governor) of Lori marz Artur Nalbandyan had the highest income: 52,718,634 AMD and 80,000 USD (total of about 84,718,634 AMD). Marzpet of Tavush marz Armen Ghularyan follows Nalbandyan with his income of 2,288,160 AMD and 20,000 USD (total of about 10,288,160 AMD). The next marzpet having received the third highest income in 2011 is Nver Poghosyan, Marzpet of Gegharqunik marz with his income of 10,576,600 AMD.

14.05.2012 - Freedom of Information in Municipalities - 2012

The FOICA received 34 complete responses, out of 49 requests sent to the Municipalities. 22 out of complete responses were provided in time and 12 - with violation of the defined timeframes. In response to 6 out of 49 requests, the municipalities have provided incomplete responses and 1 response was invalid. 8 requests have remained unanswered.

20.10.2011 - Armenia should step up implementation of anti-corruption policies and laws

This report analyzes progress made in Armenia in developing anti-corruption reforms and implementing recommendations received under the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan since the first monitoring round in 2006. The report also analyses recent developments and provides new recommendations in three areas: anti-corruption policies; criminalisation of corruption; and prevention of corruption.

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