YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: Businessman Mher Terteryan, an economist by profession who was one of 15 advisers to former Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan, is accused of fraud (...). He is included in a criminal case on fraudulently seizing someone else's property worth more than $1 million.
According to some reports, the property, (…), belongs to his wife. We had had this information already a month ago. When we asked to the former adviser to the former prime minister, he, instead of clarifications, answered us rudely, saying that our information had nothing to do [with the truth] (…).
We found out that in April, Terteryan's wife applied to the Kentron Police [of Yerevan] regarding her husband’s fraudulently stealing the property acquired during the marriage. The launch of a criminal case was denied. But on May 15, the decision to deny was revoked and a new decision was made to launch a criminal case (…), and it was sent to the Investigative Committee for investigation.