Legal appraisal of the CC ruling. closed-door auction and sale of community lands was declared unconstitutional
February 6, 12:00

On January 30, 2018 the Constitutional Court granted the claim of the Investigative Journalists; the CC ruling declares unconstitutional the provision of Article 68(6) of the Land Code stating that the auction and sale of community lands must be closed-door.

On February 6, the Media Center hosted a relevant discussion attended by Artak Zeynalyan, NA Yelk faction deputy, investigative journalist Sara Petrosyan and attorney Ara Ghazaryan.

Sara Petrosyan stated that the first publications about auctions and sales dated back to 2014 as they sought during their work in communities to attend some auctions, identified corruption risks there and faced numerous obstacles.

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