ArmInfo. The preliminary investigation in the case of the President of the Constitutional Court Hrayr Tovmasyan and his godson Norayr Panosyan has been completed. According to the information of the Special Investigation Service, the body conducting the proceedings considered the evidence obtained sufficient to draw up an indictment and refer the case to court.
Earlier, the investigation established that the former employee of the Ministry of Justice of Armenia Norayr Panosyan, holding the post of head of the Legislation Inspection Inspectorate in the Ministry of Justice in 2011-2014, together with a number of other officials, deprived two notaries of the opportunity to register their work premises for free use. Panosyan wanted to purchase these premises himself. To do this, he agreed with the employees of the Ministry of Justice and the City Hall of Yerevan, who organized fictitious auctions for the sale of these premises, at prices significantly lower than market prices.
In particular, the territory in the 1st dead end of Baghramyan Avenue, with a market value of 63.4 million drams (about 133 thousand dollars), was sold for 47.5 million, and on Bagratunyats Street, worth 33.5 million (70 thousand dollars) ), - for 3.8 million.
These territories belonged to the Municipality of Yerevan, which as a result received less income, and notaries lost their free territory for work. Also detained was an employee of ZAO Land and Real Estate Operations Tigran Ter-Harutyunov, who gave an underestimated assessment of real estate. Pansyan and Tovmasyan were charged with abuse of power, which entailed negligent grave consequences.