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Gevorg Kostanyan, the newly-appointed Prosecutor General of Armenia, has started putting the things right with his "iron hand".
A source in the Prosecutor General's Office has told ArmInfo that a few days earlier Kostanyan held a meeting and informed the employees of the new "labor regulations". The source says that from now on the employees of the Prosecutor General's Office must come to work at 9 am sharp and leave work at 8 pm. Now they will have 6 working says (instead of 5), including Saturday. "The biggest disadvantage of Kostanyan is his reluctance to listen to the staff's opinion. All the objections have only one answer: if you dislike this job, quit it", says the source. Several employees have already given in their notices.
To recall, Military Prosecutor of Armenian Gevorg Kostanyan was elected Prosecutor General of Armenia as a result of a closed ballot of the National Assembly of Armenia. 108 out of 130 MPs took part in the closed ballot. 103 MPs voted for him, 3 - against him, and 2 ballots were acknowledged invalid. Kostanyan said that he was going to conduct reforms and personnel reshuffle in this field.