YEREVAN. – The court trial on the criminal case against Davit Sanasaryan—head of the State Supervision Service (SSS) of Armenia and whose respective powers have been temporarily suspended—and some SSS former employees was rescheduled Tuesday.
The court session was postponed due to the absence of one of the attorneys.
The next hearing was scheduled for August 10.
At today's court session, the preferred sequence of questioning the witnesses was to be presented.
Davit Sanasaryan has been charged with abuse of power, and a signature bond not to leave the country was chosen as a precautionary measure against him. In addition to Sanasaryan, two other SSS employees, Gevorg Khachatryan and Samvel Adyan, as well as the latter’s friend Taron Avetisyan, the actual head of a company, are also charged in this criminal case.