NKR elections may serve as example to many countries - ANC rep.

NKR elections may serve as example to many countries - ANC rep.

PanARMENIAN.Net - The notion of an “electoral bribe” is non-existent in Karabakh, with presidential candidates waging a fair struggle, according to Armenian National Congress (ANC) opposition bloc parliamentary group member.

“July 19 presidential polls in Karabakh might serve as an example for many countries,” Hrant Bagratyan stressed. As he noted, no complaints as to electoral violations were reported in any electoral district.

A representative of Heritage-Free Democrats parliamentary group Khachatur Kokobelyan, in turn, noted that “black PR” or political games aren’t practiced in NKR.

According to ARF Dashnaktsutyun member Armen Rustamyan, NKR presidential polls prove the republic is following the right path. “The countries unwilling to recognize Artsakh’s independence for whatever reasons will do it sooner or later, regretting to have been late. NKR elections may serve as an example to unrecognized states. Artsakh’s people are following the right path and nothing will make them stop,” Rustamyan said.

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