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Yerevan Municipality, real estate cadastre named most corrupted bodies in Armenia

Yerevan Municipality, real estate cadastre named most corrupted bodies in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - 1580 complaints were filed to the Advocacy and Assistance Center of Yerevan (ACC) over the last 10 months, according to the center director Marat Atovmyan.

As he noted, 176 (10%) out of those were complaints of corruption risks, with 42 cases solved in favor of complainants. 31 cases were directed to the court, 211 to other legislative bodies.

Also, ACC developed 19 anti-corruption legislative initiatives, further submitting them to the government of Armenia and the National Assembly.

Complaints as to the activity of Yerevan Municipality, real estate cadastre, social services, Police departments topped the list, with nearly no complains filed concerning educational and medical institutions, ACC director said.

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