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Wiretapping Of Armenia’s Top Law-Enforcement Officials Condemned

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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian has condemned the wiretapping and posting of telephone conversations that took place between the chiefs of security and investigation agencies in late July and concerned the prosecution of ex-president Robert Kocharian and other former officials in connection with 2008 deadly post-election events.

The audio of the conversations between National Security Service (NSS) Director Artur Vanetsian and Special Investigation Service (SIS) head Sasun Khachatrian, both of whom have confirmed its autheticisty, was leaked to the media and published by several news websites on Tuesday.

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Based on the contents of the recording critics have accused the Pashinian administration of reneging on its public pledge not to guide the work of the judiciary…

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