Well, I agree with your point about Azaryan's comment, but I can't feel too sorry about Grzo (Khachatur Sukiasian) who until reetncly was as much of a government-linked bogeyman as Tsarukian and all the rest of them. Here's , for example:[…] the content of the income declarations led many local observers to dismiss the whole undertaking as a farce. Kocharian claimed to live on about $500 a month, less than the declared monthly income of his 21-year-old son. […]Even wealthy businessmen holding seats in Parliament posted modest revenues. For example, Khachatur Sukiasian, one of Armenia’s richest men, claimed to have earned only about $40,000 in 2001. Sukiasian, who has a collection of luxury limousines, also claimed to own no cars at all.Well, I suppose the point is that while Grzo made his money through connections with Ter Petrosian and kept it under Kocharian until he fell foul of the latter, he should be investigated, but so to should the rest of them. It shouldn't be based on political affiliation, but as almost every one with money has something to hide, it's only natural that the authorities remind them of that fact. Funny to hear talk of corruption and businessmen like Grzo being somehow clean. When I moved here in 1998 there was no Dodi Gago. There was Grzo and others, but it was his name that was mentioned the most.