Directors of 30 public schools and kindergartens have sued the Union of Informed Citizens (UIC) which said last month that it had recordings asserting that the directors were campaigning for the ruling Republican Party of Armenia. In particular, the UIC said it had evidence that the directors had drawn up lists of voters, including teachers, staff members and children’s parents to vote for the HHK in the April 2 vote.
Now the directors of 30 public schools and kindergartens have filed lawsuits against UIC President Daniel Ioannisyan. They demand a public apology and 60 million drams in compensation.
A1+ Company hosted today Mr Ioannisyan to talk to him on the theme.