Right to an Effective Remedy of Legal Protection
The European Court of Human Rights has accepted the complaint filed by HCA Vanadzor on the case of the killed servicemen and has addressed questions to the RA Government
On August 28, 2017, the European Court of Human Rights commenced proceedings and addressed its questions to the parties based on the complaint of the legal successors of servicemen Robert Hovhannisyan and Andranik Sargsyan, who were killed in the NKR Defense Army on July 28, 2010.
European Court of Human Rights received the complaint of Karen Kyupelyan illegally kept for almost a day in NSS administrative building
The European Court of Human Rights confirmed receipt of the complaint of Karen Kyupelyan illegally kept in the NSS administrative building on November 1-2, 2007.
HCA Vanadzor lawyer Arayik Zalyan, representative of the successor of 2-year-and-3-month-old Lia Misakyan who died at ‘Arabkir’ Medical Center on January 2, 2013, filed with the European Court of Human Rights a complaint on violation of Article 2 (Right to life) and Article 13 (Right to effective legal remedy) of the European Convention of Human Rights.
The ‘Independent Observer’ Alliance representatives alert that there were overcrowdings at polling station № 22/34 in Gyulagarak community of Lori marz (region). After the chairperson of the commission was informed of it he/she took no measures to stop the fraud and as shown on the website of live broadcast from the polling stations, the fraud continued till 5:30 pm.
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.
Complaint lodged to the European Court of Human Rights on the case of the Khudoyans forcibly removed from the area in front of the presidential palace
HCA Vanadzor lodged a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights on the case of Ashot Khudoyan and Heghine Makaryan, protesting spouses forcibly removed by a group of plain-clothes police officers from the area in front of the RA Presidential Palace due to the official visit of the Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin to the Republic of Armenia on December 2, 2013.