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YEREVAN. – At Tuesday’s Yerevan court hearing on the criminal case against second President Robert Kocharyan and former deputy prime minister Armen Gevorgyan—who is now an MP of the opposition “Armenia” Faction in the National Assembly of Armenia—the court permitted Gevorgyan to leave for Strasbourg, France.

Listening to the respective motion submitted by defense attorney Lusine Sahakyan and taking into account the previous experience, presiding Judge Anna Danibekyan allowed Armen Gevorgyan to go abroad between June 19 and 25.

Along the lines of the abovementioned criminal case, Robert Kocharyan and Armen Gevorgyan are charged with taking bribes—and based on the respective testimony of businesswoman Silva Hambardzumyan.

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