World Bulletin / News Desk
Raffi Hovhannisyan, leader of Heritage Party of Armenia who lost the presidential election on February 18, will make complaint at the central electoral committee of Armenian Constitutional Court, claiming that results had been manipulated.
Hovhannisyan defended that the official declaration of central electoral committee on February 25 twisted the truth, and the presidential election results should be canceled.
The party will apply to constitutional court for cancellation for announcement of the real results of the election to public.
Hovhannisyan got 539,639 votes, %36.7, was the first runner-up in presidential election on February 18, and Serzh Sargsian won the election.
Hovhannisyan and his voters claimed that they won the election by getting the highest vote, and Sargsian conducted electoral manipulation.
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