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Armenia's New Police Chief: "All Equal Under the Law"



Valery Osipyan, Armenia’s newly appointed police chief, told reporters today “that all are equal under the law in Armenia” and said he would resign today if anyone could prove that he’s ever abused his authority or used violence against anyone.

Claiming that he has always stood with the public, Osipyan said that Prime Minister Pashinyan instructed him to serve the people.

“I have served on the frontline, in law enforcement, in the system. Whoever would be in my stead, it seems to me, would display a new attitude in the job. That’s to say, the prime minister appointed the person he sought,” Osipyan told reporters before Pashinyan’s first cabinet session.


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Comments (3)
1. leon boodanian09:03 - 13 May, 2018
VALERY OSYPIAN,AS I NOTICED HIM DURING UPRISING,IS A GREAT POLICE CHIEF.PATIENT.STRONG LISTENER,LIKABLE,GOOD STAMINA,HUMBLE,,AND A GRERAT MAN.
2. Марина21:20 - 13 May, 2018
Ты жалкий карьерист, Осипян! И, если бы действовал Закон, Вас уже осудили бы, за то, что позволили перекрывать улицы! Из за Вас умер ребенок! Другие дети 5-6 часов остались в школах и сильно испугались! И это лишь несколько эпизодов! Если не будут наказаны все ,кто хулиганил, то будьте наказаны ВЫ! ПО ЗАКОНУ! Не все в стране "революционеры"!! Или нашей стране нужен еще один Начальник Полиции, который бы защищал "НЕ революционеров"!! ??
3. Hambo21:38 - 13 May, 2018
Leon boodanian, ---Chief of police should strictly fulfill their duties! There is no place lyrics!
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