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Armenia: Media Concerns

As the presidential election due to be held early next year draws closer, the Armenian Election Monitor examines press reports that not only are media associations and journalists raising concerns about limited access to the broadcast media, but also that one regional TV station already alleges attempts at censorship. The Armenian Observer therefore wonders whether the opposition in Armenia is increasingly looking to the Internet as a medium for getting its message out.

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