RPA rep. says emigration rooted in Armenian psychology

RPA rep. says emigration rooted in Armenian psychology

PanARMENIAN.Net - The ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) parliamentary group member Manvel Badeyan has voiced concern over the continued emigration.

“There are a number of factors that affect the migration rates, with the recorded injustices among them. Justice reforms are currently in progress, with the results to be revealed in the near future,” he said, noting the economic conditions as the second factor.

“Measures are being taken to expand Armenia’s market, with the RPA program focusing on creation of jobs,” the MP said, deeming the psychological factor as the third element affecting migration flows.

“Emigration has been deeply rooted in Armenian psychology for centuries,” Mr. Badeyan said.

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