In mid-August, a hundred days passed since Nikol Pashinyan took office as Armenia’s Prime Minister, which is an office of key importance for the Armenian political system.
On 27 July, a court in Yerevan ordered the arrest for two months of Robert Kocharyan, the former president of Armenia from 1998 to 2008.
On 12 May, the Armenian prime minister, Nikol Pashinyan, concluded the formation of his cabinet.
On 8th May the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia elected a new prime minister Nikol Pashinyan.
On 23 April, Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, the long-lasting and unquestioned leader of Armenia stepped down six days after taking office under pressure from street protests.
On 17 April, the parliament of Armenia elected Serzh Sargsyan (alternatively transliterated as Sarkisyan) prime minister, having previously served as president.
On 5 January, the Tbilisi city court of first instance sentenced the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili to three years in prison.
Armenia and the EU signed a Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) during the Eastern Partnership summit in Brussels.
On the night of 29 May, the Azeri opposition journalist Efgan Muhtarli went missing in Tbilisi.
The parliamentary election on 2 April has led to the consolidation of Armenia’s political scene.