ECHR Ruling on Madaghis Case Was a Clear Victory
March 18, 11:00

Lawyer Hayk Alumian considers a clear victory the decision that the European Court made on March 17 upon the sensational case of Madaghis. 

“This verdict even exceeded our best expectations,” Alumian stated in the course of a briefing interview, which took place at Media Center on March 18. “In my estimation, justice is fully restored in these circumstances.”

On the subject of assertions that this victory was partial, because the European Court have not recognized the fact of torments as confirmed, Alumian mentioned that it is due to Armenian investigating bodies, which have not made, in proper time, these torments a subject of investigation, and showed inertness, in such a way.  

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