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The fact-finding group, established upon Presidential Decree with the aim to scrutinize the events of March 1, 2008, has commenced on its work since November. Until now the Fact-Finding Group has fully kept its commitment foreseen by the above Decree to maintain the confidentiality and not make public the information obtained. Nonetheless, different circles of the authorities and certain officials haven’t fulfilled their part of obligation foreseen by the same Decree to provide the fact-finding group with any kind of information. This circumstance has and still is essentially impeding the efficiency of the activities of the group, thus hampering the progress. Below we are introducing certain cases that we believe to be of great importance.
On 01 July, 2009 at almost 3:00 pm Nikol Pashinyan, the editor-in-chief of newspaper "Haykakan Zhamanak" appeared at the General Prosecution Office of Armenia. It was a year and a half that N. Pashinyan had went underground.
Details are being clarified.
My son took part at demonstrations and he even spent nights there. I always advised him to keep away from those demonstrations as he was sick. He was in Liberty Square in the night of March 1. On March 3 at 5 o’clock the policeman of Kanaker-Zeytun Police Department phoned me and said that my son was there and that I should go and take my son from there till 12 in the evening. But the roads were closed because of state of emergency, I decided to go there in the morning. When I went there in the morning, I was told that my son had been taken to Temporary Remand Prison of Erebuni Police Department.
Arthur Avagyan was born in 1986. He is a jeweler. He has never been engaged in politics. He is a victim of a “well organized operation” of March 1. He mentioned that he had noticed how he had seen something light to pass in front of his eyes. Then he felt that his head shook as if it was to fall down. Then he took his head with his hands and shouted loudly hoping that it would stop.