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#1 onjig

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Posted 22 October 2016 - 11:11 PM

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New Armenian Cabinet Vows Major Reforms
October 19, 2016

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Armenia’s newly reshuffled government has released its policy program that pledges to help speed up economic growth through a tougher fight against corruption, better tax administration and “equal conditions” for all businesses.

The program adopted at a cabinet meeting in Yerevan late on Tuesday will be sent to the Armenian parliament on Thursday. Its approval by the National Assembly will amount to a vote of confidence in Prime Minister Karen Karapetian’s cabinet.

“I am instructing everyone to pay special attention to the program’s implementation,” Karapetian told ministers. “We are going to be accountable.”

 

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Posted 23 October 2016 - 11:22 AM

Time will tell if it's a lip service or true, I wish and hope that it's the latter.



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Posted 23 October 2016 - 11:28 AM

Is this admittance that, it will not change!

Armenia businessman MP: Economic situation is so bad that there is no room to get worse

16:42, 22.10.2016
Region:Armenia
Theme: Economics
 
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YEREVAN. – The economic situation in Armenia is so bad that there is no room to get worse.

Ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) MP, businessman Alik Petrosyan, told about the aforesaid to Armenian News-NEWS.am. He noted this reflecting on the chances of implementation of the new government program, which Parliament approved on Friday. 

“There is no room to go beyond this; everything needs to be done to make it better,” noted the MP. “Solely the notion that it can’t go on like this from now on (…) inspires hope that steps will be taken.

“I know [Prime Minister] Karen Karapetyan, and I’m 100 percent sure that he will not make any unnecessary promise.”

And when asked based on what he is so sure that these promises will not suffer the fate of the previous one that were not fulfilled, the RPA deputy responded: “Now, the substance of the instruments of change lies in [the fact] that from what angle a person looks at the matter. There can be ten ways for resolving the same matter.

“Now, if the previous governments [of Armenia] could not succeed in solving the problems facing the government with these assigned instruments, it will be wrong to demand from this government to solve all the problems.

“Our country’s economic situation can’t make possible that all problems be solved. But I have faith that we will see positive movements, little by little.”

http://news.am/eng/news/353128.html

 

 






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