Thursday, February 27 2020 14:36
Ani Mshetsyan

In the run-up to referendum on constitutional amendments, a "hot  line" was opened in General Prosecutor`s Office of Armenia

In the run-up to referendum on constitutional amendments, a "hot  line" was opened in General Prosecutor`s Office of Armenia

ArmInfo. In the run-up to the referendum on constitutional amendments, a "hot line" was opened in the General Prosecutor's Office of Armenia, in case of violations.   This was reported by the press service of the Prosecutor General. In  a statement, in particular, it says: "The General Prosecutor's Office  has already reported that a working group has been set up that will  monitor media reports and Armenian citizens about possible  violations."

The report notes that in order to increase the efficiency of the  commission, to ensure the necessary communication with citizens and  to respond promptly to problems, a hot line was launched at the  Prosecutor General's Office of Armenia on February 27 at 511589.  "This operational line will operate until the day of the referendum  on business days from 9: 00 am to 18:00 pm, and on the day of voting  - around the clock, " emphasized in the message.

It should be noted that at an extraordinary sitting of the National  Assembly of Armenia on February 6, the MPs voted "for" the issue of  the need to adopt amendments to the Constitution, providing for the  termination of the powers of the chairman and members of the  Constitutional Court for a referendum. We are talking about article  213 of the Constitution governing the tenure of members and the  chairman of the Constitutional Court. The adoption of the amendments  will allow the resignation of the current composition of the  Constitutional Court. The referendum will be held on April 5.

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