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YEREVAN.- Joint headquarters set to control parliamentary elections in Armenia has released a statement saying it would continue efforts into changing the existing ‘wicked’ election system.

The headquarters, consisting of Prosperous Armenia Party, Armenian National Congress and ARF Dashnaktsutyun, monitored the election process and organized cooperation of the mentioned forces to prevent violations.

Weighing arguments of political parties’ representatives as well as independent observers and journalists, the headquarters stated that elections were characterized by all-round violations. Meanwhile, Armenia’s Electoral Commission failed to provide mechanisms of preventing repeated voting, namely stamps in the passports. The official data on voter lists and voter turnout are questionable.

Thus, the headquarters state that parliament formed based on the results of May 6 elections does not reflect the real voters’ support for political forces.   






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