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The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has decided not to apply an interim measure requested in the case of the three judges of the Constitutional Court and Hrayr Tovmasyan, stating that the ECHR has rejected the four applicants’ request that the European Court indicate to the Armenian Government that they freeze enforcement of the constitutional amendments and preserve their offices.

“The Court decided to reject the request as outside the scope of application of Rule 39 (interim measures) of the Rules of Court, since it did not involve a risk of serious and irreparable harm of a core right under the European Convention on Human Rights,” the decision reads.

Although this is not full rejection of the request, deputies of the My Step faction of the National Assembly of Armenia are posting on their Facebook pages one after another, stating that the ECHR has rejected the request of the judges of the Constitutional Court.

The four applicants, including Alvina Gyulumyan, Hrant Nazaryan, Felix Tokhyan and Hrayr Tovmasyan were particularly requesting that the ECHR indicate to the Armenian Government that they freeze enforcement of the constitutional amendments and preserve their offices.

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