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How does Pashinyan “privatize” Serzh Sargsyan's oligarchs?

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Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, formerly known for his relentless criticism of Republican oligarchs and financial roofs for whom "expensive suits" were a luxury for Armenia, has dramatically changed his outlook and views on the issue after the revolution. In fact, after the parliamentary elections Pashinyan announced that there are no oligarchs in Armenia anymore, there are only owners, which is, of course, a sharp shift from the principles announced by the opposition Pashinyan.
There is an opinion that what happened in 2018 should be viewed in the context of the former authorities, that is to say in the context of Serzh Sargsyan-Nikol Pashinyan political agreements. And it was in this context that Pashinyan had to undertake the difficult mission of clearing the field from odious faces and oligarchs. Instead, however, Pashinyan began to privatize Sargsyan's oligarchs, thus trying to strengthen the financial and economic resource base of his government, that is, to do what Sargsyan was doing. Pashinyan is making his own oligarchs today, let's say, a vivid example is Samvel Alexanyan, whose prime minister was present at the opening of the new factory yesterday.
Little has changed since Alexanyan's life. It not only manages to expand businesses but also reduces taxes paid to the state. In 2019 Samvel Alexanyan dissolved his businesses. Alex & Holding is divided into two divisions: City & Alex & Holding. One of them is City City in 2019. The first 9 claims paid AMD 5 billion 670 million, and Alex & Holding paid AMD 4 billion 749 million. And the government has granted tax privileges to Alex Textile. The same can be said about another of the oligarchs standing near the former government, Barsegh Beglaryan's "Flash Barsegh", who is close to Serzh Sargsyan. The criminal case against him is being dropped once, one being reopened, which means the operation to curb Flash Barsegh has not yet come to an end, but his company has also begun paying less to the state. Once again, Pashinyan launched a brief campaign against oligarch Jermuk Group owner Ashot Arsenyan, in the sense that his son's law enforcement officers threatened to involve him in the criminal case, then they forgot about it, and he was arrested by Arsenyan himself. Pashinyan is also loyal to Sargsyan's other oligarch, Arkady Hambardzumyan, whose bodyguard, it is true, once paved the asphalt after the revolution, but then the passions fade away, and Hambardzumyan's companies seem to have even forgotten about their tax obligations.
After the revolution Nikol Pashinyan announced that after his election there would be no artificial monopolies in Armenia. No one will give anyone market or business quotas, he said, while noting that there will be no redistribution of property. Artificial monopolies have been maintained to this day; no former oligarch has lost his monopoly position in the market, just as Serge Sargsyan himself would say, everything is fine today. Apparently, everything is fine with the water and wood mafia on paper too, as law enforcement agencies have been searching for a year and a half, but haven't found a trace of them. Everything is fine with the HPP owners, who are mostly former government officials. Former wealthy businessman Mikhail Baghdasarov, who worked under Serzh Sargsyan's patronage, does not even hide his high hopes for Nikol Pashinyan. He did not rule out that in the new government in Armenia he will start doing business again, and to get such a dabro understand what is needed - unconditional loyalty, and the list of oligarchs who have loyalists can go on for a long time.
Pashinyan did not invent a bicycle in the latter's case in order to obtain their loyalty, then instituted criminal proceedings, then in the water, as was the case with Flash Company, City Company, Jermuk Group Company, security for property or payment, as was the case with former customs chief Armen Avetisyan donated to the Golden Palace Hotel Complex in Tsakhkadzor, asphalting operations and "breaking into line with law and order" as it did with Arkady Hambardzumyan, Arakel Movsisyan and others thy word.
That is to say, Pashinyan violates the agreements reached with the former system, realizing that at this stage of the game the game can run alone, at the same time it privatizes Serzh Sargsyan's oligarchs, making them the oligarchs of their revolutionaries, and for them Pashinyan is no longer great It is a brother but also a king, and today the main question remains whether the oligarchs still make money with a suitcase 26 Baghramyan 26, which Nikol Pashinyan was accused of months ago.