Debate: "Passenger Fare Change: Necessary or Baseless Measure"
April 15, 17:00

The issue of changing Yerevan public transport fares is once again on public agenda. The passenger carriers insist on the inevitability of fare increase, while the citizens question the appropriateness of such a move.

On April 15 Media Center hosted a debate entitled ''Transport Fare Change: A  Necessity or An Unjustified Action'' available live online at A1+. The debate participants included: Naira Nahapetyan, member of the Republican faction of the Elders Council, head of the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs,Anahit Bakhshyan, head of Barev Yerevan faction,Babken Pipoyan, head of ‘Informed and Protected Consumer’ NGO, and Hrant Yeghiazaryan, chairman of the Union of Passenger Carriers of Armenia.

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