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The disclosure of March 1, 2008 crimes will be the main guarantee of free and fair elections 5.07.2018 | right to a fair trial

The disclosure of March 1, 2008 crimes will be the main guarantee of free and fair elections

There is a long-awaited positive shift in the March 1, 2008 case: the former Defense Minister of Armenia Michael Harutyunyan has been indicted for the criminal case. Detention was chosen as a preventive measure against him. The Special Investigative Service has found out that Harutyuny
Zhirayr Sefilyan’s freedom is not final 13.06.2018 | right to a fair trial

Zhirayr Sefilyan’s freedom is not final

Today, the Court of Appeals altered the decision of the Court of First Instance, according to which Zhirayr Sefilyan was sentenced to 10.5 years of imprisonment. Under the presidency of Judge Ruzanna Barseghyan, the Court of Appeals reduced Sefilyan`s sentence to 5.5 years, while the defen
Eliminate the inhumane concept of the old regime of never releasing any lifers: a letter from the life-term convicts 24.05.2018 | right to a fair trial

Eliminate the inhumane concept of the old regime of never releasing any lifers: a letter from the life-term convicts

Arsen Artsruni (25 years old), Stepan Grigoryan (23), Ashot Manukyan (23), Artur Mkrtchyan (23) and Armenak Mnjoyan (25) have sent an open letter from penitentiary institutions to the RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Justice Minister Artak Zeynalyan where they presented their approa
«Eternal Curse, eternal Curse!» Severe penalties for Sefilyan and others 20.03.2018 | right to a fair trial

«Eternal Curse, eternal Curse!» Severe penalties for Sefilyan and others

The verdicts of oppositionists Jirayr Sefilyan and others were published today, in the Shengavit court. Judge Tatevik Grigoryan, who throughout the entire trial had deprived the defendants of possibility to be heard and inflicted numerous procedural and other violations, issued sever
They threatened to kill Jirayr Sefilyan 17.03.2018 | right to a fair trial

They threatened to kill Jirayr Sefilyan

Jirayr Sefilyan’s speech was read by his attorney. Judge Tatevik Grigoryan, once more, deprived Jirayr Sefilyan of his right to speak because the latter was not standing, thus demonstrating his disrespect towards the court. Here are some excerpts from his speech.  
“It was a political persecution, with a false accusation:” sentenced activist 26.02.2018 | right to a fair trial

“It was a political persecution, with a false accusation:” sentenced activist

Armen Mikayelyan, a member of the Political Council of the “Founding Parliament” and “Sasna Tsrer” movement, who was detained at the Khorenatsi street demonstrations and, after serving his sentence, was released today, considers his one-year imprisonment as "political persecution." &
Prosecutor Seeks 11-Year Jail Term For Armenian Oppositionist 9.02.2018 | right to a fair trial

Prosecutor Seeks 11-Year Jail Term For Armenian Oppositionist

An Armenian prosecutor demanded on Friday an 11-year prison sentence for Zhirayr Sefilian, a radical opposition figure who was arrested in 2016 on charges of plotting an armed revolt against the government.

The prosecutor, Hakob
«The Authorities are Afraid of Active Citizens Such as Gevorg, Therefore, They Keep Him in Prison:» Activist 30.11.2017 | right to a fair trial

«The Authorities are Afraid of Active Citizens Such as Gevorg, Therefore, They Keep Him in Prison:» Activist

The two-years detention of the activist Gevorg Safaryan, member of the movement Founding Parliament, was a warning to the Armenian rebellious youth that if they tried to be unbending and opposed to the authorities` decisions and practices, their destiny would be the same as Gevorg’s an
 

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