YEREVAN. – An incident occurred Friday morning at the entrance of the building of the Constitutional Court of Armenia.
According to our information, Constitutional Court Judge Hrant Nazaryan wanted to enter the court building, but high-ranking police officers prevented him from entering.
It is noteworthy that the security at the Constitutional Court building is usually carried out by rank-and-file and junior-ranked police officers, but today high-ranking police officers are also on duty at the Constitutional Court building.
Nazaryan had demanded from the police to present grounds or written documents to prevent his lawful activities, but the police were unable to do so, solely citing the respective verbal order from their superiors.