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Constitutional Court continues considering Armenian opposition bloc’s appeal

12:08, 30.05.2012 Region: Armenia Theme: Politics

YEREVAN.- Armenia’s Constitutional Court continued on Wednesday examination of a petition to cancel results of the parliamentary elections filed by the opposition Armenian National Congress bloc.

Representatives of both sides are present at the hearing. During today’s session both sides will deliver speeches. The Court is to pass the verdict on Wednesday.

As Armenian reported earlier, the Constitutional Court postponed consideration of a claim to Wednesday. During the Tuesday hearing, ANC representative Vahe Grigoryan said that the Central Electoral Commission had not provided in a written form the answers of their questions, hence, they are not ready to make a summing up speech. It was decided to postpone hearing to Wednesday.  

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