Armenian leader sets up council to fight corruption
Mediamax news agency
2 Jun 04
Yerevan, 2 June: Armenian President Robert Kocharyan issued a decree
today setting up a council to fight corruption, the presidential
press service told Mediamax news agency.
The Armenian prime minister has been appointed the chairman of the
council to fight corruption, the members of the council are – the
deputy speaker of the National Assembly, the head of the government
staff, the presidential aide on issues of combating corruption,
the justice minister, the prosecutor-general, the chairman of the
Central Bank, the chief of the presidential staff, the chief of the
commission for the protection of economic competition and the head
of the parliament’s Audit Chamber.
The decision to set up the council to fight corruption has been taken
to effectively implement the anti-corruption policy, the press service
of the Armenian president told Mediamax news agency today.