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"Yes" and "No" Campaign Representatives About Referendum in Artsakh Republic

  •  NKR

The ongoing constitutional referendum in Artsakh Republic proceeds normally without violations and incidents, noted the representatives of for and against forces of the constitutional amendments. 

"The referendum proceeds without incidents, quietly. The mood of the people is positive, as today is a holiday - in 1988, Karabakh decided to get reunited with Armenia," in a talk to "Armedia" IAA noted the representative of the "Yes" headquarter, NA Deputy Gagik Petrosyan, adding that the turnout is normal as well. 

The deputy of the opposition ARF party, the representative of the "No" headquarter, Vahram Balayan, is also satisfied with the process of the referendum. "We went through Askeran region. We also visited frontline to see what the mood of the soldiers was today. On February 20 in 1988, the day of Artsakh revival, the famous decision was adopted for Artsakh to join Soviet Armenia."

"What refers to the process of the constitutional referendum, I would like to note, that it is normal, there are no separate problems. In Askeran, parallel to the constitutional referendum the election of the National Assembly deputy for an empty seat is taking place. There are no registered violations," Balayan noted. 

What refers to the referendum turnout, the deputy noted that in the morning, by 9 o'clock, it was a little passive in Stepanakert. "However it is understandable. In the region it is more active, in Askeran there was even a queue," Balayan noted. 

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