Judge Davit Grigoryan, who released ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan from pre-trial detention on May 18, today halted the entire court case reviewing the post-election protests of March 2008 and has sent the matter to Armenia’s Constitutional C
A call by the Armenian National Assembly’s Bright Armenia faction to convene a special session of the legislature to discuss the legality of a call made by Prime Minister Pashinyan for people to block the entrances of the courts has gone unheeded by
Yesterday, Pashinyan had called for the country’s citizens to block the entrances to all the courts in the country to protest what he and others have labelled an unjust decision by a Yerevan court to release ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan fro
Around two hours after the start of the protests, Pashinyan visited the demonstrators in front of the Kentron Court and cheered them.
Yepraksya Voskovskaya-Gabrielyan was just 17 years old when the Axis powers invaded the USSR in June 1941. This marked the opening of the Eastern Front of World War II.