June 14
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The elections in Armenia will be monitored more closely than ever. This is what acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan said during today’s discussion on the election of Prime Minister in parliament.

According to him, the Central Electoral Commission will place cameras at 97% of polling station across the country, and the elections will be broadcast live.

“Based on the practice of the previous elections, everyone became convinced of how this changes the situation during the voting and count of votes. Besides the cameras, everyone has cameras on their mobile phones through which they can not only record sounds, but also go live. The candidates’ proxies representing the authorities and the opposition can go live from the polling stations. I wouldn’t exaggerate, if I said every ballot will be in the focus of cameras,” the acting PM said.

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