According to Babloyan’s 2017 financial disclosure, Yeritsyan purchased two properties for AMD 57 million (US$119,000) and another for AMD 61 million ($127,000).
Someone must love Mikayel Gharakeshishyan, who’s served as the mayor of Lori community Stepanavan for the past five years.
In a rambling speech, his first as a member of the Armenian parliament, ARF member Andranik Karapetyan, representing Armavir, went off topic and began to lecture on Armenian identity and values instead of a bill seeking to create a committee to prevent corruption.
The property is owned by Shogherina Mkrtchyan, the wife of ruling Republican Party of Armenia MP Samvel Aleksanyan, a prominent oligarch known who owns the Yerevan City chain of supermarkets.
The Republican Party member declared 1.5 billion AMD ($3.8 million) in bank deposits as of the end of 2012.
Javadyan paid 24 million AMD for a commemorative coin of 20th Century Armenian Catholicoi.
In 2011, Aghvan Hovsepyan reported 7,889,525 AMD in revenue – this was his salary as Prosecutor General. Nevertheless, he reported 12.1 million Euros in bank deposits.
While Karapetyan’s salary last year as a legislator was 3.1 million AMD, according to his financial disclosure his bank accounts totaled 49.1 million and $108,000.
Hakob Hakobyan, the Chairman of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs of the Armenian National Assembly, is always to quick to shoot down bills proposed by the opposition seeking to increase the minimum wage, pensions and social subsidies to the poor.