YEREVAN. – The National Assembly has done well when it has set up a corruption prevention committee. Minister of Justice Rustam Badasyan stated this during today's parliamentary hearings on reforms in Armenia’s Judicial Code and related laws.
According to the Minister, it was a right political decision, as the formation of this committee was very important. "We have introduced an effective system for analyzing declarations," Badasyan said. "The accessibility of financial data has increased to some extent."
He also reminded that the institute for demanding a situational declaration has been introduced, and a list of corruption crimes has been established. The minister assured that the disciplinary penalty procedure for Armenia’s judges was improved.