“Civil Activists Were Detained after the Armed Attack in Yerevan: Legal Assessments”
July 19, 12:00

During the last two days, the civil activists were detained and taken not to the police station but to the Unit of Police Forces: Human rights defenders said this during the discussion at Media Center. “I was just astonished. We saw someone taking by the police car, a passer-by approached and asked why they were taking him, and they replied, “You also come with us and we will tell you why.” Some of them were kept there for more than 10 hours, and there was a case in Ashtarak when the person was kept more than a day,” Daniel Ioannisyan, representative of "Informed Citizens Association" NGO, said.

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