* ANALYTICAL CENTRE ON GLOBALISATION AND REGIONAL COOPERATION (ACGRC) for ARMENIA;
* EURASIANET for AZERBAIJAN;
* BBC for HUNGARY;
* BALKAN INSIGHT for MONTENEGRO.
Protests erupt in Armenia ahead of ex-president’s ‘appointment as PM’
16 APRIL 2018 - BY OC MEDIA
Mass protests erupted on Friday following ex-president Serzh Sargsyan’s announcement that he would seek the position of Prime Minister, now the most powerful post in the country.
Five remarkable things about Azerbaijan’s unremarkable election
An anthology of lazy election fraud in the ex-Soviet petrocracy
Giorgi Lomsadze Apr 13, 2018
Azerbaijan’s presidential election was, as predicted, a non-event. Ever-incumbent leader Ilham Aliyev won his fourth consecutive term with an 86 percent landslide, while his token rivals got crumbs of voter support – in the low single digits – according to early official results. Nevertheless, the vote did manage to produce a number of oddities.
Hungary: Tens of thousands march in Budapest anti-Orban demo
Tens of thousands of people have demonstrated in Budapest against the re-elected right-wing government of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
news 15 Apr 18
Djukanovic Wins Montenegro’s Presidential Election
The veteran leader Milo Djukanovic has declared victory in the Montenegrin presidential polls amid reports of voting irregularities.
Preliminary results of Sunday’s presidential elections in Montenegro show Milo Djukanovic, the leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, has won another term as head of state after serving as Prime Minister six times and as President once.Stampa l'articolo