Nikol Pashinyan: Fraudsters have nothing to do with these elections (video)
Today, Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan began the session of the government with the following statement: "It is the 100th day of our government's activity, and I want to record that we have solved our main task in this 100 days, which was ensuring the normal functioning of the country in the post-revolutionary period and the continuous development of the economy." The term of office of Yerevan Council of Elders has been reduced. The decision was taken today at the Government session. The Central Electoral Commission will announce the day of Yerevan City Council's snap elections. "These elections should be exceptional in terms of their transparency. Fraudsters have nothing to do with these elections; no election bribe should be registered in this election. Any unlawful will of the RA citizen should be ruled out, and this is the responsibility of the Government," said Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan. The Government also decided to allocate 87 million 666 thousand drams to the Police of the Republic of Armenia.