June 1, 2012
ACNIS Explores Legal Basis of the Karabakh Issue
Yerevan—The Armenian Center for National and International Studies (ACNIS) within the framework of its youth school program today convened a regular session of a thematic workshop series entitled “Key Issues of Democratization in Armenia and Artsakh.” The keynote speaker was law expert Andrias Ghoukasyan, who made a presentation on “The RA Constitution and Legal Basis of the Karabakh Issue.”
ACNIS youth school, as previously announced, holds its seminars on a weekly basis. Two dozen participants—endowed with an analytical bent of mind and expert-level reasoning skills—attend the program. The seminar-courses will end on June 15 2012.
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