On 19 February, the Anti-Corruption Council was created by the government decision. It will be headed by the RA Prime-Minister. Ministers of Finances and Justice, the Prosecutor General, Head of the Commission of High-Ranking Officials, Head of the Public Council, one representative from the Union of Communities, two representatives of the civil society and one representative from each opposition factions of the NA will be in the Council.
Both, the representatives of the civil society as well as the representatives of opposition political parties express their mistrust about the Council. The “Rule of Law” Party, which has declared itself as an opposition not long ago, still does not have any position about the Council.
Iravaban.net tried to find out whether the party would join the Council, and whether the body could function efficiently? Head of the NA faction “Rule of Law” Highline Bisharyan answered: “We do not have any position yet. We have not discussed it, we will tell it after the discussion.”