Anticorruption Project Revealed in “Ditak”

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The edition of “Ditak” (‘Scope) on June 23 was of specific public significance. It revealed the anticorruption project launched by the government of Armenia. The program reflected the reasons why the project doesn’t work, covering the issue of the law on property declaration and demonstrating that even registering and publishing the property list of government officials doesn’t help preventing corruption. The program hosted Aram Abrahamyan, the editor-in-chief of “Aravot” daily, who expressed doubts about the anti-corruption policy, stating that it wouldn’t be possible to fight corruption even in two years unless the guilty officials are punished…