YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: Unlike the developments in Armenia, there is no doubt that the opinion of both the Artsakh authorities and the candidates is unequivocal regarding the Artsakh elections, and the candidates have made some changes to their campaign schedules, excluding meetings in closed spaces, the elections will not be delayed.
"There are only 15 days left for the elections, we do not have any case of coronavirus in Artsakh, so there is no such issue on the agenda yet. It is another thing that they are taking measures not only to prevent coronavirus, minimize contacts regarding meetings, but, also, the meetings are moved to a more optimal—online—level,” our source in Artsakh said.
By the way, they find there that if necessary, they, too, can establish a state of emergency in order to conduct the elections properly, with supervision. "With control points?" "If the situation reaches that, we will decide the way. The CEC is already carrying out organizational work so that there are no participants’ crowding at polling stations on Election Day, everything is disinfected, in line with safety norms."