Frauds have not affected the outcome of the Constitutional referendum
The violations registered during the Constitutional referendum held in Armenia last Sunday have not affected the outcome of the vote and can in no way question the legitimacy of the referendum, First Deputy Chief of Police Hunan Poghosyan told reporters today.
The Police received 452 reports from media, NGOs and citizens during and after the referendum; 17 criminal cases were launched, he said.
A hot line had been launched at RA Police on December 5 and 6 to address all reports on fraud. The service was meant for foreign observers, as well, and was available in Armenian, Russian, English and French.