In the 1920s, whenever circumstances related to border issues were unfavorable or not to their liking, the Azerbaijani authorities constantly provoked tensions on the ground, causing violations of the rights of border residents of Soviet Armenia and thus creating obstacles for border commissions
Armenia’s ruling My Step bloc intends to amend the Electoral Code and switch to the proportional system ahead of the snap parliamentary elections on June 20, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said Wednesday.
At its March 19-20 session, the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) decided to consider Armenia’s draft law on funding guarantees for the activities of the Human Rights Defender (ombudsman) of the country.
The lawyer of recently dismissed chief of the Armenian army’s General Staff Onik Gasparyan, Artur Hovhannisyan, unveiled their intention to file a crime report over the appointment of Artak Davtyan as new General Staff chief.
A lawsuit of Colonel-General Onik Gasparyan, the former chief of the army’s General Staff sacked most recently, has been assigned to judge Mher Petrosyan of the Administrative Court, his lawyer Aram Vardevanyan said on Facebook on Tuesday.
Human Rights Defender of Armenia Arman Tatoyan has published an ad hoc public report, stating that the Azerbaijani authorities have carried out crimes against humanity with the armed attacks against Artsakh and Armenia during COVID-19
The Zhokhovurd newspaper learned that to date, about 1,500 criminal cases related to the Artsakh war have been initiated, which are being investigated in the divisions of the Main Investigation Department of the RA Investigative Committee, in which more than 12,500 people are involved.
Newspaper: Armenia FM punishing CSTO?Hraparak daily of the Republic of Armenia (RA) writes: Secretary of the SC [(Security Council)] Armen Grigoryan was participating from Armenia in the joint session of the CSTO Foreign Ministers, Defense Ministers, and SC secretaries yesterday.