Rustamyan: “There are No Ownerless Voices Left in Armenia”
March 31, 12:00

“Armenian Revolutionary Federation” Party considers the rating system of candidates, election bribes and the discussions about making concessions on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to be the most worrisome issues of the Parliamentary Elections planned on April 2. “We were not in favor of rating list of candidates and this undermined the political level of these elections. These elections appeared to be politically disgraced. Everyone has his own circle of friends and relatives, and we were convinced that there is almost no empty space to have independent voters. There are no ownerless votes, in this case, it's hard to politicize the election campaign,” Armen Rustamyan, Chairman of “Armenian Revolutionary Federation” Faction, said on the last day of the campaign during the interview-press conference at Media Center on March 31.  

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