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"Flower Rubo" lands in Davtashen park fip.am:

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Yerevan Mayor Hayk Marutyan announced on August 2 at 1in.am (40: 25-41: 20) that there is a pit in the capital privatized after the daughter of the former mayor.

“People are coming, this is my land, I want to build a building here. I look at them all, and once I find it suspicious, there is a Google Earth application where you can give back time. You look back, you see it is a big garden that has turned into a pit, ”Marutyan said, adding that the area was a master plan, but was alienated for unknown reasons.

"Alienated and who was alienated in the name of the daughter of the district head of that district," added Marutyan (11:21:20). Marutyan said in an interview that he had suspended the proceedings and had sent the case to the prosecutor's office.

Who and how took possession of the garden

The Fact-Checking Platform found that the area mentioned by the mayor is located at Tigran Petrosyan str., Davtashen. At 40. It is owned by Armenuhi Gevorgyan, daughter of Davitashen district governor Ruben Gevorgyan (Tsaghik Rubo) from 1996-99. Although Ruben Gevorgyan has publicly stated that the park belongs to him.

Who is Ruben Gevorgyan?

Ruben Gevorgyan occupied the post of Davtashen prefect in 1996. October 11, 1999 May 8. He has been a member of the National Assembly from 1999 to 2003, being elected from constituency No. 7. Until 2000 In May 2009, Gevorgyan was a member of the Unity faction formed by Vazgen Sargsyan and Karen Demirchyan, and later a member of the Armenia Parliamentary Group.

Gevorgyan later joined the Prosperous Armenia Party led by Gagik Tsarukyan and became a PAP candidate in 2009. In 2012, Gevorgyan was re-elected to the PAP proportional list. He left the PAP in 2017. Ruben Gevorgyan's relatives have almost always held positions in Davtashen municipality. His nephew Arthur Gevorgyan was the head of Davtashen district in 2008-2012, and Ruslan Baghdasaryan, his nephew in 2012-2018.

How has the park been privatized?

When studying the cadastral history of the land it becomes clear that in 1997, when his father was the head of Davtashen district, Armenuhi Gevorgyan built a 577.5 square meter recreation complex in the park adjacent to the existing Davtashen fair. The complex included a children's playroom (342 sqm), a bird showroom (72 sqm), an office (40.5 sqm) and a storage room (123 sqm).

By the decision of the then mayor of Yerevan Suren Abrahamyan in October 1998 the municipality had recognized Gevorgyan's ownership of the self-constructed buildings and had leased the land he occupied. Gevorgyan paid 577,770 drams to legalize illegal buildings. In 1999, Gevorgyan had already leased the entire garden of 6452.68 square meters for 15 years.

According to the signed contract, the tenant was allowed to do capital construction in the park, and the annual rent was only 262,194 drams (21,850 drams a month).

A week after signing the lease, Gevorgyan applied to the Yerevan Municipality to privatize the park. The municipality granted the application in 2000; The land of 6452.68 square meters and the total area of ​​499 square meters became Gevorgyan's property.

It is noteworthy that measurement documents in 2000 indicate that the area is a "public garden", but in 2002 In a letter to the head of the Davtashen Cadastre Department in August, Boris Kocharyan, Deputy Director of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning of the Municipality of Yerevan, wrote that the plot "according to the detailed plan of the district is a land plot of public importance and is not included in the RA Land Code 60" . Article 60 of the Land Code of the Republic of Armenia adopted in 2001 prohibits the alienation of state and community owned parks, parks, gardens, etc.

Gevorgyan's land was expanded in 2006 and 2014, when the municipality alienated 850 and 535 square meters of land with 3,845 and 2.4 million drams respectively.

In November 2017, the land occupying 7,449.17 square meters was transferred to "Femida Group" LLC by Armenuhi Gevorgyan. The shareholder of this company is Armenuhi Gevorgyan himself and his brother Petros Ruben Gevorgyan. Femida Group plans to build a multifunctional residential complex instead of the former green space.

Hetq wrote that Ruben Gevorgyan had sold this park, known as Daisy, in 2011. In addition, the zoning project on the Davtashen community site, listed on the City Hall website, is designated as a public green city (NGO) area.

Authorities wrote that more than 100 trees were cut down in the area in 2013, with the remaining trees cut in December 2017. At that time Ruben Gevorgyan had declared that it was his own territory. “The trees were dry and rotten. Even if there were no rotten trees, I planted them