Civil Society Representatives and Experts Challenge the Constitutionality of Eurasian Economic Union Treaty
November 13, 11:00

Several civil society representatives and experts are confident that the Eurasian Economic Union treaty contradicts the Constitution of RA.
Helsinki Citizens' Assembly appealed to the Constitutional Court of Armenia to challenge the provision that president's foreign policy can't be appealed in the court, said Artur Sakunts, chairman of HCA Vanadzor office during the discussion on the constitutionality of Eurasian Economic Union treaty held by the Media center.

Speaking on the issue of constitutionality of Eurasian Economic Union treaty, Sakunts said, ''Tomorrow we'll be witness of another shameful act. The Constitutional Court will recognize this document and once again will make an unconstitutional decision on a very important and sensitive issue''.

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