The Constitutional Court’s ruling on the Funded Pension Law Failed to Meet the Demands of Lawmakers and Dem!em Initiative
July 16, 13:00

The Constitutional Court’s ruling on the Law on Funded Pension on July 7 failed to meet the expectations and demands of 33 lawmakers and Dem!em Civic Initiative. The Media Center held a discussion on the Constitution Court ruling which sets several provisions of the law on Funded Pension as anti-constitutional. The speakers included: Artsvik Minasyan, ARF-Dashnaktsutyun Faction; Artak Zeynalyan, Head of Rule of Law, NGO; Mery Khachatryan, lawyer at the Armenian Center for Human Rights Protection after Sakharov; Mane Tandilyan, Dem!em Civic Initaitive; and Davit Khazhakyan, Dem!em Civic Initaitive.

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