Electoral bribes distributed in both Yerevan and regions, claims oppositionist

Mon 03 April 2017 08:44 GMT | 12:44 Local Time

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An opposition candidate running for the National Assembly says their representatives have observed massive violations of voting rights in most polling stations of Armenia.

Hovsep Khurshudyan, who stands for  election as a member of the political bloc led by Seyran Ohanyan, a former minister of defense, Raffi Hovhannisyan, the opposition Heritage paerty’s founding leader and Vartan Oskanian, a former foreign minister, cited cases of open voting and distribution of electoral bribes as he met with reporters for a Sunday evening news conference, tert.am reports.
 
Kurshudyan said their team is aware of vote-buying cases in both Yerevan and the regions. But he refrained from further comments on possible steps.

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