Constitution Day is an official holiday in the republic. The Constitution of the Republic of Armenia was adopted by a national referendum on July 5, 1995. The amendments to the RA Constitution were approved by a referendum held on November 27, 2005 and the latest amendments were made on 6 December 2015. The proposed amendments to the constitution changed the country from having a semi-presidential system to being a parliamentary republic.
The Constitution established Armenia as a democratic, sovereign, social, and constitutional state. Yerevan is defined as the state's capital. Power is vested in its citizens, who exercise it directly through the election of government representatives. The President of the Republic shall be the guarantor of the independence, territorial integrity and security of the Republic of Armenia.
Celebration of the Republic of Armenia Constitution Day is held throughout the country and traditionally ends with fireworks.
- 15 september 2017 Issues of developing and strengthening democracy discussed at the IPA CIS headquarters
- 12 september 2017 Draft resolution of the 137th IPU Session features the initiative to establish the International Day of Parliamentarianism
- 11 september 2017 Dates of hosting the II Eurasian Women's Forum are defined