Armenia completely abandoned the death penalty process
The National Assembly adopted Protocol No. 13, "On the Abolition of the Death Penalty in All Cases," attached to the Convention "On the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms". The law will enter into force on the day following its official publication.
Protocol No. 13, "On the Abolition of the Death Penalty in All Cases," attached to the Convention "On the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms," was signed on May 3, 2002, in Vilnius.
The Republic of Armenia signed the Protocol on May 19, 2006. The Protocol has been signed by 46 states and entered into force for 44 states.
The ratification of the Protocol is consistent with the policy of Armenia as a state in favor of the complete abolition of the death penalty. It stipulates that the death penalty is abolished, no one can be convicted and sentenced to death, and no reservation to the provisions of the Protocol is permissible under Article 57 of the Convention.Follow us on Telegram
The government is also discussing the issue of tuition fees for students displaced from Nagorno-Karabakh. MinisterToday, 16:41
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