May 01, 2012
YEREVAN. – In order to help Armenia’s National Assembly MP candidate Koryun Nahapetyan, the son-in-law of his sister, businessman and likewise MP candidate Samvel Aleksanyan (a.k.a. Lfik Samo) visited a capital Yerevan district and, standing nearby a kiosk-store at a courtyard, announced he will pay for the people’s debts owed to store. Also, he distributed to those who approached—and irrespective of their ages—AMD 10-30 thousand [approx. US$ 25-76] each, Yerkir daily writes.
“At the same time, the ‘philanthropist businessman’ cynically announced he will pay the debts of solely those who are eligible to vote, and those living [there] on rent and who are not registered in the district should take care of themselves on their own,” Yerkir writes.