Ex-President Robert Kocharyan charged over 2008 March 1 case
Former President of Armenia Robert Kocharyan has been charged over the 2008 March 1 case, the Special Investigative Service told Armenpress.
Based on the sufficient evidence acquired during the investigation over the 2008 March 1-2 events in Yerevan, Robert Kocharyan has been charged under the Article 300.1 part 1 of the Criminal Code for breaching the constitutional order of the Republic of Armenia with a preliminary agreement with other persons.
Motion has been filed to a Yerevan court requesting to remand Kocharyan in custody.
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