On May 31, National Assembly convened the regular plenary meeting of the seventh session. The first issue on the agenda of the meeting was the appointment of judges of the Supreme and Appeals Courts of the Artsakh Republic. To the post of the Supreme Court judge Gayane Grigoryan, the chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council, nominated the judge of the Appeal Court Hrayr Abrahamyan. Expressing gratitude for the nomination of his candidacy and for the productive discussions held in the NA factions, Hrayr Abrahamyan noted that from now on he will also continue to impartially carry out the powers entrusted to him by law. At the suggestion of the chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council, Gayane Grigoryan, the parliament heard the question about the appointment of the judge of the court of first instance of the general jurisdiction of the Republic of Artsakh, Marat Avanesyan, to the post of judge of the Court of Appeal. The candidates answered the questions of the deputies, after which the parliament passed to a secret ballot. Summarizing the results of the voting, the chairman of the counting commission, Ramela Dadayan, announced that 27 MPs voted in favor of the candidacy of Hrayr Abrahamyan and 3 deputies “against”. The candidacy of Marat Avanesyan was supported by 29 deputies, 1 MP voted “against”. On the basis of the protocols, the NA President announced the NA resolution on the appointment of the above-mentioned judges to posts.
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