Armenia’s Constitutional Court Upholds June 20 Elections Results, Rejecting The Appeals Filed By Opposition Forces.

The Constitutional Court of Armenia decided to uphold the decision of the Central Electoral Commission of the Republic of Armenia on the results of the early parliamentary elections held on June 20, 2021, reports Armenpress.

“This decision is final and enters into force upon publication,” said Arman Dilanyan, President of the Constitutional Court, adding that the full text of the decision will be published on the website of the Constitutional Court within three days defined by law and will be delivered to the parties.

The Constitutional Court decided to merge the appeals of the Hayastan Dashinq, “I Have Honor” Bloc,” Zartonk (Awakening) National Christian party, and the Hayots Hayrenik (Armenian Homeland) party on questioning the election results, as their appeals referred to the same issue. The trial in the joint case had started on July 9.

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