“Concerns about the Closure of the NA Standing Committee on Human Rights”
May 17, 13:00

A discussion entitled “Concerns about the Closure of the NA Standing Committee on Human Rights” was held on May 17. 

The speakers were Edmon Marukyan, Member of Parliament, and Arthur Sakunts, Head of the Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Vanadzor Office.

For a long time the media rumors that the authorities of the 6th convocation of the National Assembly intend to dissolve a number of NA standing committees, including the Standing Committees on Human Rights Protection and Public Affairs and European Integration.

According to the not officially confirmed sources, it was decided to unite the Standing Committee on European Integration with the Committee on Foreign Affairs and to unite the Standing Committees on Human Rights Protection and Public Affairs with the Committee on State and Legal Affairs.

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