It appears that the Armenian government believes that paying state employees more money translates into better functioning employees.It also believes that higher wages to state employees will cut down on corruption risks and increase the overall productivity of the bureaucracy.
By a vote of 102 to 0, the Armenian lawmakers approved the amnesty introduced to coincide with the 22nd anniversary of Armenia’s independence.
By a vote of 60 to 44, Armenia’s National Assembly today rejected a bill introduced by HAK MP Hrant Bagratyan calling for a new minimum monthly wage of 72,500 AMD ($170).
On September 10, Armenia’s National Assembly unanimously passed a bill amending the Law on Copyrights and Related Rights.
Today, by a vote of 67 to 42 a draft bill to make amendments to Armenia’s Law on Profit Tax was approved by the National Assembly.The bill passed on the second hearing.
The fourth legislative session of the Fifth Convocation of Armenia’s National Assembly begins on September 9. Hetq spoke to representatives of the six parliamentary factions regarding the draft bills and other proposals they plan to introduce.