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Yesterday, on September 12, 2018, the RA Administrative Court of Appeal upheld in part the appeal by protester Naira Badalyan and her representative Tatevik Siradeghyan, lawyer at HCA Vanadzor’s representative office in Yerevan.
The protester and her representative submitted an appeal against the judgment rendered by the RA Administrative Court on May 20, 2018, through which the Court had rejected the claim of the Police on holding N. Badalyan liable, and the protester’s counter-claim on declaring unlawful the police officers’ actions of dispersing the assembly, arresting her, not introducing themselves and applying physical force, which led to violations of her right to freedom of assembly, the right to freedom of expression and opinion, the right to personal liberty and security, the right to freedom of movement and the right to freedom from torture, inhuman or degrading treatment.
Yesterday the Administrative Court of Appeal overturned the judgment in part and declared unlawful the actions of the RA Police officers of March 24, 2016, which led to violations of N. Badalyan’s right to freedom of expression and opinion, right to freedom of assembly, right to freedom of movement and her right to personal liberty and security.
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