Today’s court hearing to decide whether former Armenian President Robert Kocharyan should remain in pre-trial detention will resume tomorrow.
On May 14, in accordance with the arrangement reached with the authorities of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh Republic), the OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the ceasefire regime on the border of Artsakh and Azerbaijan, to the
People again turned out in droves outside the Yerevan courthouse where a hearing to determine whether ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan should remain in pre-trial detention is being heard.
On April 29, the Religious Council of the Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople decided to petition the Istanbul Governor’s Office for permission to hold a new election for the post of patriarch.
Armenian Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Zaruhi Batoyan today signed off on a policy document entitled “Dignified Work” that the government says will spur good labor practices, a prime component of its development agenda.
On the morning of May 15, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will participate in the opening ceremony of the Dialogue of Asian Civilizations conference, at which he will deliver a speech.
Sarkis Kloyan, the father of one of the ten who died during March 1, 2008 post-election violence, showed up today at the Yerevan court to follow proceedings to determine whether ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan should remain in pre-trial detent
The presiding judge in the trial of ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan has rejected a call that he withdraw from case.
Hundreds of people made their way to a Yerevan courthouse today where a hearing was scheduled to determine whether Robert Kocharyan, Armenia’s second president, should remain in pre-trial detention.