Armenia's top officials must declare their income

ARMENIA - The Armenian parliament has passed a law on the declaration of income and property by high-ranking officials, including the central bank, in Armenia.

From now on, the president, the prime minister, the chairman of the National Assembly, deputies, the chairman and members of the Constitutional Court, the chairman and members of the Central Bank, judges, the prosecutor general, ministers, heads of regional administrations, heads of agencies and their deputies, the chairman and members of

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