About website

About website

This website was designed to expose possible electoral fraud and faults in the polling stations, as well as to facilitate the formation of a government through a fair, free, and non-false electoral process, based on common democratic values.

The analyses of the elections in Armenia were performed by the author through analytical and research activities and electronic monitoring. From 1991 until the present, the author has published it in newspapers, brochures, draft laws, websites, and books. Analyses were carried out during working in Armenia's Central Commission for Elections and Referendums from 1990 to 1996, while also serving as an expert in the Armenian Parliament's Commission on Elections on the draft electoral law from 1994 to 1998. From 2012 to 2018, the analyses were carried out within the framework of the several grant projects listed below, as well as privately between grant periods.

The "Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center" was financially supported by "Open Society Foundations-Armenia" in order to operate electronic monitoring programs during the 2013 presidential and 2012, 2017, 2018 national assembly elections, the 2013 city council elections in Yerevan, and the 2015 constitutional referendum. Together with the project manager, the author led a monitoring group that did an analysis of elections and referendum, and created the "http://elections.transparency.am/" website and displayed the results of that analysis. See also about Electronic Monitoring of 2012-2018 Elections in the Republic of Armenia.

From 2018 to the present, the author continues analytical work, writes articles, and conducts electronic observation of elections in private. The author initiated pages with additional analytical functions that were developed and posted on the www.electionscount.info website.

Contacts: +1(917)725 2064
Lyudvig Khachatryan - Author of program, election analyst,
Gayane Margaryan - Full stack web developer.