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Promoting Voter Education Ahead of the RA Parliament Elections

02 June 2017

Armenian voters will go to the polls next month and choose the members of the new National Assembly. In past years, the Tufenkian Foundation has been working with civil society groups for free and fair elections. Recently, as part of the support given to voter education programs, the Tufenkian Foundation cooperated with DEPOP Institute for Governance for the production of these public service ads. These PSAs are now widely circulating in Armenian online media and social networks.

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