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Vote 2012: Sargsyan says election bribe takers reporting the crime not to be prosecuted

The focus of Day 18 of the ongoing election campaign in Armenia was on alleged vote buying practices by some political parties and candidates as well as measures to grapple with what is regarded as a criminal offense ahead of the May 6 parliamentary polls.

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26.04.2012 15:52
Mr. President, put aside the issue of bribes and talk about your own party's active peer pressure in ALL state institutions and the army. Tens of thousands of Republican Party's votes come from ALL soldiers serving in the army, ALL OF THEM, and people employed by the state, such as teachers, etc. They are all pressured to vote for the party which you represent, yet you have the nerve to talk about bribes.
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