During the Question and Answer in the NA with the Government members, MP Armen Ashotyan expressed dissatisfaction with yesterday’s rally saying that many cars were damaged and demanded for the perpetrators to be found.
Another MP from Tsarukyan bloc, Gevorg Petrosyan, had announced earlier not only about official cars but also about windows of the National Assembly building being broken. He added that he could sense the atmosphere of mass disorder.
Ashot Aharonyan, the head of the Police Press and Public Relations department, told us that police received no complaint about damaged cars.
Acting Deputy Chief of Staff of the National Assembly Arsen Babayan, in response to the question of Haykakan Zhamanak, informed that no service cars or building windows were damaged by the demonstrators yesterday.
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