Right to liberty and security
By its letters of June 16 and July 12, 2017, the European Court of Human Rights stated that the ECtHR received the complaints of ‘Sari Tagh’ district protesters Gagik Mikayelyan and Hovhannes Ghazaryan.
Court of Appeals also rejected ‘Electric Yerevan’ participant’s complaint: a complaint will be filed with the Cassation Court (Video)
On July 20, 2017 the RA Court of Criminal Appeals resumed examination of the complaint of ‘Electric Yerevan’ participant Mikayel Kirakosyan and his representative Tatevik Siradeghyan, lawyer at Yerevan office of HCA Vanadzor, and ruled on the case.
In response to T. Siradeghyan’s question on the evidence proving that any order was issued to V. Petrosyan, S. Melikyan mentioned that there was no such evidence, except for the explanations of the police officers.
Persons responsible for the proceedings did not attend examination of ‘Electric Yerevan’ participant’s complaint
On May 11, 2017 the General Jurisdiction Court of Arabkir and Kanaker-Zeytun administrative districts rejected the complaint of ‘Electric Yerevan’ participant Mikayel Kirakosyan and his representative Tatevik Siradeghyan, lawyer at Yerevan office of HCA Vanadzor.
After Cassation Court reversed the judicial act, the complaint under ‘Mataghis’ case is again in first instance court
Today, on June 9, 2017 the General Jurisdiction Court of Kentron and Nork-Marash administrative districts of Yerevan city started examination of the complaint filed on January 8, 2006 under ‘Mataghis’ case.
Police demands to prosecute protesters for obstructing the normal course of the assembly, but provides no relevant records
On June 6, 2017 the RA Administrative Court resumed examination of the claim by the Police against protester Hasmik Evoyan and the counter-claim on declaring the police actions unlawful.
On May 29, 2017 the RA Court of Appeals resumed examination of protester Vahram Petronsyan’s case.
As we informed before, the RA Administrative Court completed examination of the RA Police claim against ‘Armenian Women’s Front’ member Susanna Simonyan on imposing on her administrative sanctions under Article 172.3 of the RA Code of Administrative Offences and Susanna Simonyan’s counter-claim on declaring the RA Police actions unlawful.
Court of Criminal Appeals noted: “Hovhannes Ghazaryan is unlikely to influence the police officers who testified against him”
As we informed before, ‘Founding Parliament’ supporter Hovhannes Ghazaryan charged under Article 225 of the RA Criminal Code was released on February 13, 2017 by the ruling of the RA Court of Criminal Appeals.
On February 23, 2017, the RA Administrative Court, presided by judge H. Ayvazyan, resumed examination of the RA Police claim on brining Gayane Arustamyan to administrative responsibility and Gayane Arustamyan’s counter-claim on declaring the RA Police actions unlawful.
Investigator confirmed: “Disclosure by the doctor of the information that Kajik Grigoryan was a drug user was not required by professional necessity”
On February 9, 2017, the General Jurisdiction Court of Arabkir and Kanaker-Zeytun administrative districts, presided by Judge A. Nikoghosyan, resumed examination of HCA Vanadzor NGO’s complaint under the case of Kajik Grigoryan, who burnt himself on Baghramyan Avenue.
Note that in his interview to the journalists, N. Davidyan, Director of the Republican Scientific Center for Radiation Medicine and Burns, mentioned that the person who burnt himself was HIV-positive and “had drug addiction” and described him as an “avid drug addict” disclosing information on his 10 years’ imprisonment.
On September 24, 2016, the RA Administrative Court, presided by Judge H. Ayvazyan, carried out trial examination of the administrative case under the RA Police claim against Gayane Arustamyan on bringing her to administrative liability and Gayane Arustamyan’s counter-claim against the RA Police to declare the RA Police actions unlawful. Note that the previous court hearing on this case was postponed due to the expired period of the power of attorney of the RA Police representative.