ArmInfo. The Biblical commandment "Do not steal" applies not only to business, but also to the state apparatus. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan on October 9 on the sidelines of the scientific and practical symposium " "What to do-2 Economic Revolution: Perception and Launch".
As the prime minister pointed out, an entrepreneur who refuses to break through cashier's checks steals like an official who assigns tax revenues. "Everyone is stolen -those who do not give the receipt and those who do not require it, as those who must properly control the process. Thus, the rules established in Armenia are extremely clear - do not steal, be as effective as possible for the state and the private sector, be an innovator and partner for the state ",Nikol Pashinyan emphasized.
Touching upon the protection of property rights in Armenia, the Prime Minister emphasized that the country's authorities had proclaimed a very important political line, namely, over the past 1.5 years they had not allowed the process of redistribution of property. "The temptation, for example, to instruct the NSS to call a citizen in whose name, according to the information, only formally recorded the property, but in fact, it belongs to a senior official so that he copied the property to the state. But we, grinding our teeth, we know that it's impossible to do this, despite the fact that many see the authorities as weak, "Pashinyan said. The new government also refrains from a "trap" in the form of spreading fake news to suppress its opponents, the prime minister concluded.