July 25
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The Prosecutor General's Office of Armenia is looking into acting PM Nikol Pashinyan's statement, according to which the ruling Civil Contract Party promises Armenian drams equivalent to $1,000 for videos proving vote buying. The prosecutor's office informed about this, but no other details were given.

As reported earlier, during an election campaign rally Wednesday with voters in Vayots Dzor Province, Pashinyan announced that 55 people were included in a criminal case on vote buying, and stressed that the law enforcement bodies had promised a rather large "harvest" in this regard.

"The Civil Contract Party promises a reward of 500,000 drams—equivalent to 1,000 US dollars—for videos attesting to, proving vote buying to citizens who will video record attempts to give, take election bribe," he had said.

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