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Senior police lieutenant Hayk Sargsyan was sent to forced leave for liking a Facebook post by Armenia’s second president Robert Kocharyan—and entitled "Artsakh [(Nagorno-Karabakh)] is the supreme value;" Sargsyan himself informed about this on Facebook.

"Yes. Artsakh is a supreme value for me, and Artsakh should be a supreme value for any pure Armenian.

 (…) outside of working hours, it is my right to like this or that post on Facebook—and in the online domain in general, and, in these difficult conditions, sending me to  the[police] reserve under the pretext of liking [the aforesaid post] is an unconstitutional, illegal phenomenon.

I have in my possession a telling proof, which is a living fact and substantiates my theory that I was sent to the [police] reserve wholly illegally and arbitrarily. Gentlemen in charge, in the event that the issue I raise is not resolved, I promise to publish the evidence I have. Do not take this as blackmail, but as an invitation to dialogue and a call for a fair and objective approach,” police officer Hayk Sargsyan added, in particular.

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