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17.01.2022
It is Proposed to Create Civil and Administrative Chambers by Legislative Regulation
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At January 17 sitting, the parliament in the first reading debated the legislative package on Making Amendments and Addendum to the Constitutional Law the RA Judicial Code, the on Amending the RA Administrative Procedure Code

The RA Deputy Minister of Justice Yeranuhi Tumanyants has noted that it is designed to create two independent, with separate specializations Civil and Administrative Chambers by eliminating the Civil and Administrative Chamber of the Court of Appeal. It is also designed to introduce flexible mechanisms of replenishing of the judges’ candidates and the candidates’ lists subject to advancement.

The implementation of the examination of the administrative cases in the Court of the Appeal through the specialized Administrative Chamber will be ensured by the adoption of the legislative package, as well as an opportunity will be given to the Supreme Judicial Council to provide the replenishment of the lists of the candidates, subject to the advancement of the judges’ candidates with more flexible mechanisms

In his co-report, the member of the NA Standing Committee on State and legal Affairs Artur Davtyan has presented the endorsement of the Committee and noted that by this regulation the judges’ specialization is encouraged. If today the specialists of the civil and administrative spheres in the Court of Appeal examine and disputes on civil and administrative cases, then by the accepting the initiative in this aspect distinct specialization will be.

It is unacceptable for the deputy Aram Vardevanyan the disruption of the uninterruptedness of the tenure of the Chairman of the Court, and the deputy was in favour of the separation of the Administrative and Civil Chambers. According to the MP Vladimir Vardanyan, the Court Chairman shall not have other functions besides the representation ones, all the judges shall have equal rights. Ge called on his colleagues to vote for the proposal.


17.01.2022
Proposed Amendments and Addenda to Ensure Effective Conduct of Judicial Review of Cases
On January 17, at the RA NA regular sitting, the package of laws on Making Amendments and Addenda to the Constitutional Law Judicial Code of the Republic of Armenia and the enclosed ones authored by the deputies Vladimir Vardanyan and Vahagn Hovakimyan was debated in the first reading. The purpose o...

17.01.2022
A Number of Draft Laws Debated in Second Reading
At January 17 NA sitting, the deputies debated in the second reading the bills on Making Amendment and Addenda to the RA Law on Road Transport, on Non-Cash Transactions and the presented packages of bills enclosed to them authored by the Government, as well as the draft law on Making Addenda and Ame...

17.01.2022
Pupils of Elementary Classes of Private Schools Also to Be Provided Free Textbooks by State
The state provides free textbooks at the expense of the state budget the pupils from the first to the fourth classes only the state schools by the law on Education. The deputy of the NA Civil Contract Faction Sisak Gabrielyan proposes to amend the law, according to which, all the children of the ele...

17.01.2022
Addenda to Law on Education
At January 17 NA regular sitting, the draft law on Making Addenda to the Law on Education authored by the deputies of the Civil Contract Faction Sisak Gabrielyan, Taguhi Ghazaryan, Knyaz Hasanov and Hasmik Hakobyan was debated in the first reading. According to the key rapporteur Sisak Gabrielyan, a...

17.01.2022
Students and Teachers of Hrazdan Levon Khechoyan School Visit National Assembly
On January 17, within the framework of the Open Lesson programme, the parliament again opened its doors. The guests of the day were the students and the teachers of Levon Khechoyan N 10 High School of Hrazdan City.The guests observed the work of the legislative body from the box of the NA Session Ha...

17.01.2022
Parliament Debates Bill Regulating Process of Receiving Inheritance
At January 17 RA NA regular sitting, the draft law on Making Addendum to the RA Civil Code authored by the deputies Tatevik Gasparyan, Lena Nazaryan and Narek Babayan was debated in the first reading. According to the key rapporteur Lena Nazaryan, the need for a legislative initiative arose during t...

17.01.2022
Deputies Observe One-Minute of Silence to Honour Memory of Servicemen Fallen as Result of Provocation of Azerbaijani Armed Forces in Vardenis Few Days Ago
On January 17, the National Assembly began the work of the regular sittings, forming the agendas of the session and regular sittings. The issue on including the draft laws that were not endorsed in the NA Head Committees in the agenda of the session was debated. The draft law on Large Families autho...

17.01.2022
Parliament Begins Work of Third Session of Eighth Convocation
On January 17, the RA National Assembly began the work of the regular sittings of the third session of the eighth convocation under the sounds of the RA anthem. The RA NA Vice President Hakob Arshakyan informed that the Central Electoral Commission submitted the protocols No. 4 and 5 on giving the m...



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