Environmental Issues and Risks. Suggestions Addressed to the New Government.
May 22, 11:00

On May 22 in Media Center The environmental activists raised the existing problems, their solutions and suggestions addressed to the new government.

“Ekolur” informational NGO president Inga Zarafyan said that their primary demand is to raise the government’s accountability to the civil society.

“We suggest giving up collective accountability. Government members should confirm their decisions by their signatures. Second, transparency should be a must, third, we suggest that all governmental plans be discussed with the civil society”, says Zarafyan.

She adds that the environmental activists prioritize Amulsar and Teghut mines.

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