ArmInfo.Constitutional reforms will not be dictated by political goals, but by the desire to improve the justice system. Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan stated this in an interview with reporters on August 8.
Commenting on the intention to reform the country's main law, Armen Grigoryan stated that the justice sector in the country needs reforms, and some of them cannot be implemented without constitutional amendments.
Earlier, on August 6, on his Facebook page, Minister of Justice of Armenia Rustam Badasyan announced the upcoming changes to the country's Constitution, explaining that it is planned to form a specialized group in order to carry out Constitutional reforms, which will be done in February 2020.
According to the Minister of Justice, some elements of transitional justice will also be in the document on the judicial strategy, which will be published in the near future.
As for the mechanisms for checking the judges and other officials for integrity, the same package of amendments to the Judicial Code is ready, which, after internal discussions and some amendments, will be submitted for public discussion in the coming month.