In 2013, the Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression (CPFE) conducted a monitoring of libel and insult cases against the media. The monitoring was made possible with the support of Counterpart International-Armenia. A similar study had been conducted in 2012 as well. The purpose of the study was to follow the developments in court practices since May 18, 2010, when Articles 135 and 136 of the RA Criminal Code were repealed and the law NO-970-N was passed to amend Article 18 of the RA Civil Code (“Protection of Honor, Dignity and Business Reputation”) and to add a new Article 1087.1 that defined the procedures and conditions for providing compensation for damages to one’s honor, dignity or business reputation.
Monitoring Categories Archives: Monitoring of court cases
Armenia’s Economic and Social Problems in the Press Conferences of Political Forces Running for Parliament May 6, 2017
Economic and Social Problems of Armenia in the Programs of the Political Powers Participating in the Parliamentary Elections May 6, 2017
Coverage of the Press Conferences on RA Constitutional Amendments and December 6, 2015 Referendum Given by Representatives from Political Parties and Public Figures via TV Companies Broadcasting Throughout the Republic and in the Capital January 26, 2016
Monitoring of the Free and Paid Air-Time on Armenian Public TV and Radio Company During the Period of Campaign for the Referendum on December 6, 2015 for the Constitutional Amendments January 25, 2016