Electronic voting is available only for diplomatic and military staff posted abroad as well as representatives of Armenian companies working abroad and their family members. Voters abroad cast their vote using the Internet.
Armenia, Electoral Code (as of 29 October 2016) [English translation], accessed 6 December 2018
Article 62: Organization of voting in diplomatic and consular representations
1. Electors who are on diplomatic service in diplomatic or consular representations of the Republic of Armenia, as well as members of their families residing abroad with them and having the right to elect, in case of being outside of the territory of the Republic of Armenia, on the voting day, may participate in elections of the National Assembly by voting electronically in the manner and within the time limits prescribed by the Central Electoral Commission. The Central Electoral Commission shall be obliged to establish such terms for electronic voting that would ensure free expression of will of voters and secrecy of voting. Electors voting electronically shall give their votes only to political parties running in elections.
2. Electronic voting may be held after the end of the time limit established for registration of the electoral lists for the political parties running in elections of the National Assembly, but no later than 5 days before the voting day.
3. The provisions of this Article shall also extend to military servants seconded for a long period of time to or those studying in foreign states, as well as to persons employed at representations of legal persons registered in the Republic of Armenia, which are located abroad (irrespective of the form of ownership), and their family members residing with them abroad and having the right to elect.
OSCE: Election Observation Mission, Parliamentary Elections, 2 April 2017 [Final Report], accessed 6 December 2018
"Voting from abroad through the Internet was available for diplomatic and military staff posted abroad as well as representatives of Armenian companies working abroad and their family members. In total, 877 voters were registered and 747 cast their votes electronically." [Page 10]