Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has urged to exclude the use of administrative resources during the forthcoming parliamentary elections. He expected the polls to be the best in the history of the second republic.
“I think these elections should not only be the best in the history of the second republic, but also meet the highest international standards,” Pashinyan said at the government sitting today.
“We have to exclude the use of administrative levers for guiding the voters. This phenomenon should be completely eradicated, and voters’ decisions must be formed as a result of the election campaign and political content,” the acting PM said.
Pashinyan stressed that the official election results should be formed exceptionally as a result of the choice made by voters.
He next stressed that vote-buying should have no place in our reality.
“We’ll ensure free competition between political parties through the election campaign. All political forces must have equal opportunities to communicate with voters,” he stated.