YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: At the sitting of the [majority] My Step faction [in parliament], among other issues, they also referred to the court's decision to release [second president] Robert Kocharyan on bail.
[PM] Nikol Pashinyan said that this is another proof that the judicial system in Armenia is independent.
And in connection with [opposition Prosperous Armenia Party leader, head of its parliamentary faction, and business tycoon Gagik] Tsarukyan, the My Step members inquired whether he would be arrested. Pashinyan did not answer this question, too; only the court knows that.
It should be reminded that the session was on Saturday, whereas the decision to detain [Tsarukyan] was to be published on Sunday.
As for R. Kocharyan's case, then the CC [Constitutional Court], which has already received the answers of the Venice [Commission] and the ECHR [European Court of Human Rights], will examine it on July 7.