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panorama.am09/27th/2020, 11:24

Ombudsman’s Office in Artsakh launched a fact-finding mission

The Office of the Human Rights Defender of Artsakh launched a fact-finding mission following a wholescale attack by the Azerbaijani armed forces on 27 September, the Office said in a statement. According to the updated information, all large and a number of small settlements (including Stepanakert, Askeran, Martakert, Martuni,...

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panorama.am09/25th/2020, 3:00

Two people detained outside Yerevan court for ‘defying’ police orders

Police officers detained two people in front of the Court of General Jurisdiction in Yerevan's central Kentron district amid hearings on a motion to arrest the opposition Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) leader, lawmaker Gagik Tsarukyan on Friday. Speaking to reports, Levon Ghazaryan, Inspector of Public Order and Public Securit...

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panorama.am09/24th/2020, 3:48

Constitutional Court fails to elect its new President for the second day

The Constitutional Court judges failed to elect the new president for the second day in a row, one of the CC Judges Edgar Shatiryan told reporters outside the Court building. "No election was held, one candidate has been self-nominated. One of the Judges nominated a candidate who recused himself," Shatiryan noted, adding the e...

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panorama.am09/24th/2020, 11:00

Judge: Constitutional Court head’s post not appealing at all

Judge of Armenia’s Constitutional Court Arman Dilanyan will not stand as a candidate for the top court chairman, he told reported on Thursday, adding no one has been nominated for the post so far. "At the moment, there are no candidates, we have not yet reached the stage of nomination or self-nomination," the judge said. To t...

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panorama.am09/24th/2020, 7:42

Yervand Khundkaryan has no decision on self-nomination as Constitutional Court head yet

Yervand Khundkaryan, a newly elected judge of the Constitutional Court of Armenia, has not yet made a decision on self-nominating for chairman of the country’s top court, he told reporters on Thursday. Khundkaryan said no candidate has been nominated by judges or self-nominated for the position so far. The judge made the same...

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panorama.am09/23rd/2020, 4:06

Constitutional Court to elect a new President tomorrow

The Constitutional Court didn't discuss agenda issues during its Wednesday session,- the election of the new President and the Vice-President, Judge of Constitutional Court Edgar Shatiryan told reporters after the session. In Shatiryan's words, the session will continue on Thursday. He added that after long discussions a decis...

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panorama.am09/23rd/2020, 10:54

Three employees of Yerevan orphanage arrested over child abuse

Three employees of an orphanage in Yerevan have been arrested as part of an investigation into alleged abuse of children at the institution. The preliminary probe has revealed that the employees of the orphanage have regularly abused a group of minors by beating them and causing suffering, the Investigative Committee said in a...

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panorama.am09/23rd/2020, 10:06

Court hearing on motion to arrest Tsarukyan rescheduled

The Court of General Jurisdiction in Yerevan's central Kentron district on Wednesday had to reschedule the hearing on a motion to arrest the opposition Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) leader, lawmaker Gagik Tsarukyan. Neither Tsarukyan nor his lawyers appeared in court, with some reports suggesting they had not been properly no...

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panorama.am09/23rd/2020, 9:00

Yerevan court to hear motion to arrest PAP leader Gagik Tsarukyan

A large group of police officers have gathered outside the Court of General Jurisdiction in Yerevan's central Kentron district as the court is set to hear a motion to arrest the opposition Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) leader, lawmaker Gagik Tsarukyan on Wednesday. The National Security Service (NSS) has charged Tsarukyan wit...

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panorama.am09/22nd/2020, 4:24

Police investigating abuse claims at Yerevan orphanage

Police are probing the allegations of physical and mental abuse at an orphanage in the Armenian capital of Yerevan. In a statement on Tuesday, police said they have opened an investigation after receiving reports that employees of the orphanage are beating and insulting the children at the institution. The probe has revealed ...

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