The public is still awaiting promised reforms, the opposition criticizes the administration’s decisions and fears that courts will continue to answer to orders ‘from above’
Those who the amendments pertain to are also unhappy – three judges and the chairman of the Constitutional Court, who have all lost their posts due to the changes.
Former Armenian president recently released from prison withdraws appeal case to Constitutional Court concerning criminal case charges against him
Robert Kocharyan’s lawyers say he made this decision so as to not prevent the opposition from going to the highest court regarding constitutional amendments adopted by the ruling political party
The ruling majority adopted a draft amendment to the Constitution, according to which the chairman of the Constitutional Court, elected under the previous government, will resign. The opposition boycotted the parliamentary session
MPs have passed a bill which may cancel the referendum on constitutional amendments and is expected to go into effect as soon as the state of emergency is lifted
How and why the "new" authorities are trying to remove the head of the Constitutional Court and it’s judges from the previous government - a two-minute chronology of events
Marijuana use is legal in Georgia, but cannot be legally obtained. Girchi political movement appeals to constitutional court.
Armenian Constitutional Court judges offered pension equal to salary for early retirement in bid to ‘reclaim court’
The head of the Constitutional Court is the government’s main target in its newest attempt at dealing with the body’s connections to the former ruling Republican Party of Armenia
Details: what Hrayr Tovmasyan has been accused of, why the majority of MPs are ready to have him replaced
The last attempt by lawyers to free ex-president Kocharyan failed. All the details of the case of the second president, what he is accused of and why he expected to walk free