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Businessmen will get apartment and money when ARF is in power

Is the ARF going to pass money on the bank account of “poor and unemployed” Samvel Alexanyan for him to be able to cover his electoral expenses? This was the question one of the journalists posed to ARF MP Artsvik Minasyan.

“The ARF transfers money for its candidates,” was A. Minasyan’s answer. Then he added:

“We have an important provision for large families in our electoral platform; if all the businessmen who have large families will prove that need an apartment, have more than 5 children will receive an apartment and 60 thousand AMD for each child when we are at power.”

13.04.2012, 17:35

Aysor.am

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