Armenia's Taperakan village faces forgery, paper says

Armenia's Taperakan village faces forgery, paper says

PanARMENIAN.Net - Chorrord Ishkanutyun paper receives many alarming reports from Armenian citizens who say other people are registered in their houses.

According to the paper’s data, the village Taperakan in Armenia’s Ararat province also sees excessive registration.

The number of nearly all families' members here has been inflated, village mayor Mihran’s home seeing the largest number of those registered, paper says.

As a result, 500 extra people are registered in this 2500-resident village.

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