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The appellate court has overturned the court of first instance decision by which Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan was obligated to apologize to the former president—and now a judge—of the Constitutional Court of Armenia, Hrayr Tovmasyan. Armenian News-NEWS.am has learned about this from the from the “DataLex” Judicial Information System.

The Civil Court of Appeal granted Pashinyan's appeal, and overturned the aforesaid decision by the court of first instance.

And with another decision, the court denied Tovmasyan's request for an apology.

Hrayr Tovmasyan, the former president—and now a judge—of the Constitutional Court, had filed a lawsuit against PM Nikol Pashinyan to obligate him to apologize for making insulting expressions and deny defamatory information.

As a result, a Yerevan court of first instance had obligated the PM to deny the defamatory statements regarding Constitutional Court judge Hrayr Tovmasyan and partially granted the claim.

And Nikol Pashinyan had appealed to the Civil Court of Appeal, appealing the Yerevan court of first instance’s partial granting of Tovmasyan's claim against him.

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