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Armenia's Communist Party: People who appreciated Soviet Union turn to us

14.3.17

Armenia's Communist Party: People who appreciated Soviet Union turn to us: [news.am] Deputy candidate of the United Communist Party of Armenia, Vazgen Safaryan, said the aforementioned on Monday within the framework of the extended format session of the party.

In his words, during the recent week the representatives of the Communist Party have visited a number of Armenian towns and villages, where they met with the residents and presented them their program. However, there was no interest and inspiration from the side of the people. According to the party representatives, the people seemed to be intimidated. However, those who attended the meetings with the communists listened attentively to their proposals on how to introduce into the modern world and the world of future all the best that used to be in the past, i.e. free education for everyone, free apartments for the young, etc.


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