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by Կարինե Մանուկյան
Despite the wave of protest, nevertheless, the indoor market has opened its doors for the first customers. At present, only a small part of the market is functioning - the assortment of fruits and vegetables.
The official opening of the indoor market, which has turned into an ordinary supermarket, will take place over the coming days. Starting 9 October activists will start everyday protest actions.
Around ninety percent of the pavilions belong to MP Samvel Aleksanyan's "Yerevan City" net. The rest pavilions are free for farmers.
The renovation of the Indoor Market, an old building in Armenian capital's center, caused indignation of the residents. The market was created by architect Grigor Aghababyan and engineer Hamazasp Arakelyan, and was recognized one of the best architectural constructions in Armenia.