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Armenian ombudsman turns to parliament on 8 servicemen cases died in army

17:27, 05.04.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Society, Incidents

YEREVAN. – Armenian Ombudsman Karen Andreasyan turned to the Parliament Speaker Samvel Nikoyan, PAP MP Aram Safaryan, ARF Dashnakstutyun MP Hrayr Karapetyan and Heritage MP Larisa Alaverdyan asking about the cases of the 8 servicemen.

“We, along with the parents of those eight servicemen, who died in the Army, met with you last September and presented some painful issues. Later with your advice and request presented also the files containing data on those servicemen. We know that you have turned to the corresponding bodies and got responses. Hence, we and the parents are asking to let us know all the responses, violations or estimations of the issues, your further steps and expectations before the next parliament elections,” the statement reads.

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