June 25
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YEREVAN. – Armenia will expect wide-range of reforms in the legal-judicial system, Minister of Justice Hrayr Tovmasyan told the journalists on Friday adding the reform program was approved during Thursday’s consultations with the President of Armenia.

“Discussions with the President revealed that regular amendments may provide for a short period of positive results, while the country needs in fundamental legal-judicial changes,” the Minister said.

Tovmasyan believes that two things, including defense and justice provide for the state development.

The new program touches upon issues of building new courts, amendments of the Criminal Code, installation of public works institute and some activities will be de-criminalized.

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