The Transparency International Anticorruption Center (TIAC) has organized a discussion on “100 days of the premier.”
Sona Ayvazyan, TIAC Executive Director, said that 34.5% of Armenia’s citizens consider the new premier’s activities satisfactory, and 29.4% made a poor assessment. The survey involved 653 respondents.
In response to a question concerning the premier’s steps to raise the effectiveness of government spending, 31% of the respondents called them satisfactory, 33.8% poor, 16.7% were contented and 6.9% called them excellent. On the other hand 12.4% of the respondents consider the premier’s work very poor.
As to their assessment of the premier’s steps to improve Armenia’s business environment, 30.6% consider the steps poor, and 28% satisfactory.