Violation of Rights of Drivers and Legislative Gaps
March 23, 11:00

In the frame of the project “Free legal aid to drivers”, launched in May, 2015, 350 legal cases have been taken to the court with 120 drivers having won. The other cases are still in process. 

Today,  during  the  press  conference,  organized  at  the  “Media  center”,  Mariana Gasparyan, “Free legal aid to drivers” project coordinator, spoke on the project results. 

“The project launched in May, 2015. Our main goal was to improve the legislative field in the road sector, as well as to help drivers protect their rights properly. Since May, 610 drivers have addressed us and been provided with legal assistance”, mentioned the speaker.

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