Tuesday, April 16 2019 11:20
Alexandr Avanesov

The Armenian Parliament refused to include in the agenda of the  meeting a draft amendment to the Code on Administrative Offenses

The Armenian Parliament refused to include in the agenda of the  meeting a draft amendment to the Code on Administrative Offenses

ArmInfo. The Armenian parliament at a meeting on April 16 refused to include in the agenda of the meeting of the National Assembly a draft amendment to the Code  of Administrative Offenses proposed by the members of the Prosperous  Armenia faction.

According to one of the authors of the presented  document, a deputy from the Prosperous Armenia faction Gevork  Petrosyan, the draft law proposes to administrative responsibility of  the Prime Minister, members of the government, heads of  administrative structures and diplomatic departments, as well as  private companies providing public services. deputy. It is, in  particular, the requirement to respond to requests from the deputy  within two weeks, to take part in an organized deputy atom hearings,  the possibility of meeting as soon as possible with members of the  government, etc. 

As part of liability measures, various types of penalties are  used.The deputy stressed that often problems arise even for deputies  associated with visiting penal institutions, which requires the  consent of the Minister of Justice "Who is the minister to determine  whether a deputy should attend the prison or not?" Said Gevork  Petrosyan.In turn, the deputy of the parliament from the faction "My  step," Vladimir Vardanyan, is currently developing a package of  legislative initiatives aimed at solving the set goal, and in thisThe  context of the presented document is premature.

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