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It has been a year and a half since the incumbent authorities of Armenia have been saying that systemic corruption has been eliminated in Armenia and that there are no more corrupted officials, Past daily reported.

“However, there are regular opinions that the public didn’t see the successes in the fight against corruption by the authorities,” the source noted.

A senior government official told the newspaper that the “so-called anti-corruption successes do not affect the budget.”

According to the official, it is still unclear at what stage the government's anti-corruption strategy is being developed, and "the actions of the new authorities have not differed from the steps taken by the former authorities."

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