YEREVAN. – Former official at the Armenian parliament Arsen Babayan said he was unlawfully deprived of freedom for 22 days.
Babayan, ex-deputy head of Armenian parliament's staff was released on Tuesday morning after the court decided to commute the pretrial measure of custody and to apply personal guarantee as a precautionary measure.
“I was unlawfully deprived of freedom for 22 days. I will go home now, we will talk later,” Babayan told Aysor.am.
Babayan was arrested on October 24 on suspicion of committing fraud.