Margarita Khachatryan to Mil Prosecutor Office: `None of our cases w

Margarita Khachatryan to the Military Prosecutor’s Office: `None of our cases will be disclosed.’

10:36 | July 3 2013

Today the president of `Soldier’ Coordinating Council Margarita
Khachatryan, in a conversation with expressed her distrust
about the initiative of the Military Prosecutor’s Office. According to
the statement of military prosecutor’s office, a working group was set
up to examine criminal cases with death outcome in the Armed Forces.

As Margarita Khachatryan observed, `I do not think that the public’s
trust will increase from it. I do not particularly cherish the hope
that something will be revealed. I should be an independent body to
explore. I have my son’s experience, what sufferings I bear to reach
everything. I live today with suffering because the case is not

I’m experiencing a lot of pain when I see protesting mothers of
victims’. I live in great sorrow. This initiative for them can not be
a hope.’ Ms. Khachatryan has no idea whether she will be involved in
the working group, or not. She said that she had not received an
invitation yet, and it still needs to be discussed, which are
non-governmental organizations that can participate in these
activities. `We cooperate with the Ministry of Defense. Those who have
3 years of working experience in the army, will be invited. Today,
after the board meeting, it will become clear who are invluded.’ As
Margarita Khachatryan said,- `I know them very well and I’m sorry that
nothing will be changed from that work. None of our cases will be
disclosed.’ To our question that the working group should consider
only those criminal cases, the final decision of which was made after
1 January, 2011, whether it is not suspicious, Margarita Khachatryan
said,- `Of course, there is a suspicion. If the case of `98 is not
disclosed, why did they take the criminal cases after 2011? According
to the preliminary version, the military police, according to
preliminary version, the investigation of the scene of the case, if
initially are distorted, the criminal cases will proceed distorted to
the end.

From: A. Papazian

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