Rights of Soldiers/Recruits
The Military Prosecutor’s Office disregards the decision made by the Chairperson of the Central Military Medical Commission and continues the criminal prosecution against the conscript
Conscript V. H., who has been receiving regular deferment since 2014, was recognized as fit for military service with some restrictions by the RA Central Military Medical Commission in January 2017. However, the conscript, disagreeing with the decision, refused to leave for military service.
On November 30, 2017 within the framework of the hearing before the RA Administrative Court in regard to the claim of receiving a copy of the manual on military service restrictions it became clear that the RA Ministry of Defense had not published the manual in the system of arlis.am.
Neurologist: “S. Mosinyan’s heart rate of 110 could serve as evidence for cardiovascular system problems.”
On November 21, 2017, the interrogation of the witnesses in the case of soldier S. Mosinyan’s death caused by the professional negligence of the Drafting Commission cardiologist resumed at the Court of General Jurisdiction of Ararat and Vayots Dzor Provinces.
The provision of a tuition fee discount for the participant in the April Four-day War was delayed and then rejected at Yerevan State University. The issue was solved with the support of HCA Vanadzor
A woman whose son K. Gh. studies at the Faculty of Oriental Studies at Yerevan State University alerted HCA Vanadzor in October of this year, informing that there was no partial tuition reimbursement provided to her son who participated in the Four-day War.
At least give some thought to the thousands of underprivileged freedom fighters and destitute families of soldiers and then talk about the criminal policy of your favorite authorities that have made 900000 people poverty stricken and pushed 350000 people within a decade to immigrate with no plans to return.
The cardiologist of the Drafting Commission neglected the diseases of the conscript, which resulted in the latter’s death
In accordance with the conclusion of the conducted examinations, cardiologist Seda Tadevosyan was able to foresee that not treating the disease would lead to negative outcomes, including death.
The participant in the Four-day War in April has applied to the Court on the matter of making a record of his participation in the military actions in his military ID
Several months ago a number of participants in the Four-day War in April raised the alarm about the fact that there had been no corresponding records in their military IDs indicating that they had participated in the military actions and in some cases the existing records had been erased or made invalid with a pen of a different color.
The Conscription and Military Service Legislation was presented to the relatives of the conscripts and servicemen at Vanadzor Shogh Daycare Center
On 24 October, 2017, HCA Vanadzor Office Peace-building Program Coordinator Armine Sadikyan had a meeting with parents of beneficiaries on the rights of conscripts and servicemen at the invitation of Vanadzor Shogh Daycare Center.
After repeated inquiries by HCA Vanadzor, we got replies from H. Muradyan, RA Military Enlistment and Registration Officer, and then on October 10, 2017 from M. Hakobyan, Chief of the General Staff of RA Armed Forces, stating that H. P. was not subject to conscription and military registration in RA.
Brief information on the results of legal advice by HCA Vanadzor during the call-ups of winter 2016 and summer 2017
As a result of legal assistance through written procedure, 4 persons were granted a deferment for up to a year and 3 other persons were declared temporarily non-fit for military service, one of which faced criminal proceedings on the grounds of avoiding service. By the way, the conscript underwent a forensic medical examination, but because of disagreeing with its results, he appealed them. As a result another forensic medical examination was assigned as there were discrepancies between his state of health and the data in his medical records.