The ECHR was submitted nine complaints over the case of the Armenian second president Robert Kocharyan, attorney Aram Orbelyan told reporters.
According to him, 5-6 cases are registered, but are not yet at the communication stage. Another process involves the handling of the CC. Participants in the national process were given time until November 19 to submit a position. All interested parties submit an opinion until November 12.
“We expect that the decision will be at the end of the current - beginning of next year,” he said.
According to him, ECHR rules must be implemented.
“Otherwise, Armenia will be under monitoring. I hope this will not come to this, and decisions will be implemented without coercive measures,” the attorney added.