In connection with the protest held in Armenia demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, 12 criminal cases were instituted, the press service of the Prosecutor General of Armenia reports.
“Based on the reports of police officers coming from citizens of signals, publications in the media and Internet resources, the preliminary investigation authorities have begun investigation of acts under the articles” Beatings “,” Hooliganism “,” Application of violence against a representative of the authorities “,” Public calls. To the use of violence, public justification for violence. “
“12 criminal cases have been instituted and investigated,” the website of the General Prosecutor’s Office says.
It is noted that 14 people are held in criminal cases, seven of them are detained by a court decision, with respect to several other investigations, also asks to apply arrest.