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By the decree of the Head of Police of the Republic of Armenia a number of police employees face disciplinary actions

13.07.2015 13:35 Reported cases
By the decree of the Head of Police of the Republic of Armenia  a number of police employees face disciplinary actions

In connection with a number of incidents which occurred on Baghramyan avenue and Azatutyan square in Yerevan on June 23, 2015, under the instruction of Head of Police of the Republic of Armenia Vladimir Gasparyan an internal investigation into the lawfulness of the actions of police officers while implementing measures aimed to restore the public order was immediately started in the Department of Internal Security of the RA Police.
According to the results of the conducted investigation, as of July 13, 2015, disciplinary violations were committed by a number of police officers.
Pursuant to the decree of the RA Police Chief Vladimir Gasparyan, 1 of the aforementioned officers was demoted by one grade, 1 officer was given a "reprimand" and a "strict reprimand" was announced to 7 other police employees.
The internal investigation into the lawfulness of the actions of other police officers involved in the public order protection in the course of the assemblies conducted on Baghramyan avenue and Azatutyan square in Yerevan on June 23, as well as the complaints and appeals from citizens is underway.
The results will periodically be updated.