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Initial court hearing in Hrayr Tovmasyan v. Nikol Pashinyan case set for May 13

The initial court hearing in Hrayr Tovmasyan v. Nikol Pashinyan case has been set for May 13, Panorama.am learned from DataLex, an online database providing information regarding court cases in Armenia. According to the source, the sides were notified of the date of the court hearing on March 31. The Constitutional Court chai...

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panorama.ama day ago

Armenian PM's ex-advisor reportedly summoned to NSS

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's ex-advisor Hakob Chagaryan has been summoned to the National Security Service, his spokesperson told News.am. Earlier, Hakob Chagaryan told about the destructive policy of the country's authorities over civil aviation. In an interview with Lragir.am, commenting on the decision of the i...

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panorama.am2 days ago

Kocharyan's lawyer comments on suit against Pashinyan

Armenia’s former President Robert Kocharyan again filed a defamation lawsuit against Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Tuesday. In the legal claim published on DataLex judicial information system, the ex-president demands “protection of his dignity and honor from public slander.” At a news conference on Wednesday, Kocharyan's ...

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panorama.am04/6th/2020, 9:30

AFP: Facebook posts falsely claim the US arrested a Chinese scientist who “created” coronavirus

Facebook posts shared thousands of times feature a video of US officials talking to reporters, with captions claiming they are announcing the arrest of a Chinese scientist who “created” the new coronavirus. However, the footage has nothing to do with COVID-19 and scientists have refuted allegations the virus was deliberately c...

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panorama.am04/3rd/2020, 12:12

Five criminal cases launched into electoral violations in Artsakh

The Investigative Committee of the Republic of Artsakh has launched criminal cases into violations recorded during the March 31 general elections in the country. Five cases have been initiated over crimes against constitutional rights and freedoms of a man and citizen, the committee said in a statement. Preliminary investigat...

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panorama.am04/3rd/2020, 11:42

Armenian ombudsman: Authorities should resort more to alternatives to deprivation of liberty

The confirmed coronavirus infections among the employees of Vardashen Penitentiary in Yerevan rose serious concerns about persons deprived of their liberty, particularly those with underlying health conditions and the older persons, who are at-risk groups. What does Human Rights Defender of Armenia Arman Tatoyan think on the m...

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panorama.am04/3rd/2020, 10:36

Robert Kocharyan taken back to prison from Yerevan hospital

After receiving inpatient care at Erebouni Medical Center in Yerevan, Armenia’s second President Robert Kocharyan was transferred back to Yerevan-Kentron Penitentiary on Friday morning, his lawyers said in a statement. Doctors have observed positive dynamics in his health conditions, meanwhile stating that Kocharyan needs cons...

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panorama.am04/3rd/2020, 8:12

RSF criticizes bill restricting access to environmental information in Armenia

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) took to Twitter on Thursday to warn against a draft law that restricts access to environmental information in Armenia, following approval of amendments by the government. “It violates the principle of transparency yet adopted by the authorities,” RSF tweeted. The statement refers to the amendme...

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panorama.am04/2nd/2020, 3:42

Police charges 248 citizens in one day with violating movement restriction and quarantine rules

The Police of Armenia continues implementing the Commandant’s directive on the restriction on public movement to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the press service at the Police reported. As the source said, on April 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 248 people in Armenia have been pressed with administrative charges for violating qua...

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panorama.am03/31st/2020, 4:30

Police charges 357 citizens in one day with violating movement restriction and quarantine rules

The Police of Armenia continues implementing the Commandant’s directive on the restriction on public movement to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the press service at the Police reported. As the source said, on March 31 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., 357 people in Armenia have been pressed with administrative charges for violating q...

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