YEREVAN.- Armenian human rights defender Arman Tatoyan visited Armenia’s second president Robert Kocharyan. Many issues were discussed during the conversation.
Speaking to reporters, Tatoyan noted that he is in touch which Kocharyan's attorneys.
The ombudsman said Kocharyan was not allowed to see relatives but after their interference the relatives had an opportunity to visit and see Kocharyan.
Asked whether the ex-president can be considered a political prisoner, the ombudsman said he is not authorized to assess the charges brought against the former president.
Armenian human rights defender said that the former president is alone in the small cell, adding that Kocharyan has not complained of employees of the penitentiary.