Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan says he won a second term -- his rival (Sargsyan told RFE/RL he prefers the word "competitor") says, no, he did not. And with that, Armenia's stage is once again set for a potentially protracted political fray.
Cinching a reelection was expected to be a cakewalk for Sargsyan, who faced scattered opposition during the campaign. One rival was shot in an alleged assassination attempt, another bailed out, accusing the authorities of vote-rigging, and still another tried to starve himself into true democracy.
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