Armenian ruling party introduces bill terminating powers of Constitutional Court justices

6 February
Parliament of Armenia (photo credit: Grigory Gusev/flickr)
Parliament of Armenia (photo credit: Grigory Gusev/flickr)
The ruling My Step bloc of the Armenian parliament is proposing to terminate the powers of Constitutional Court Chairman Hrayr Tovmasyan and the other justices. [ . . . ] “The tenure of the Constitutional Court Chairman and Members appointment before the initiation of Chapter 7 of the Constitution is being terminated. Nominations for the vacant positions of Constitutional Court justices are done respectively by the Cabinet, the President and the General Assembly of Judges,” reads the bill’s text.
Read the full article here: Armen Press

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