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"Court decides to sentence you to death"

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"She was ill and had been missing for some time. He returned, it was a day of pay, and he was the first to get used to it. "We saw him standing in a corner, far away. We said, 'Avet Markic, come closer.' He said, "No, guys, I haven't worked this month, it's a shame to receive money," says Yervand Ghazanchyan about actor Avet Avetisyan. "This kind of decency!"

Judge Vahe Grigoryan of the Constitutional Court has been receiving a salary for almost a year since he was elected to the Constitutional Court by the National Assembly. Not only is he not ashamed of it, but in the presence of journalists he openly argues that the salary is his livelihood, if he didn't get it, would we feel better about it? Yes, Mr. Vahe, we would feel good. If you had previously refused in writing the salaries and bonuses provided during the absence period and the privileges of a judge of the Constitutional Court, your position would have been somewhat justified and understandable. And if it was not possible by the legislation, does the same legislation allow the manifestation of such behavior?

You knew in advance that the Constitutional Court, in your opinion, was in crisis, why did you agree when your candidacy was nominated, and the National Assembly approved it, basically based on the speech that you were probably making credible. Why didn't you say, before voting, take into account the condition that I will not fulfill my responsibilities until ուցե Maybe they would be re-elected, in that case you could justify that your idleness was legalized by the National Assembly. Or maybe they would choose someone else who would go and fight, pointing out a way out of that crisis, at least in his presence, to emphasize the protest and the disagreement against the illegality.

By fighting, they eliminate the clutter, not by dragging a corner with childish agitation. You have abused the trust of the person who nominated your candidacy and the majority of the National Assembly. If a person has won the tender for asphalt paving, then he should have paved that asphalt, and if he had previously disagreed with the asphalt and the ground, then he should not have applied for the tender. You didn't spread your asphalt, you didn't fulfill your responsibilities, but you wasted the money allocated for that purpose. And your colleagues, from whom you were not alienated from a social distance, but by inactivity, performed their duties, good or bad. It is a different matter who enjoys this work and who enjoys it. The Constitutional Court is not for personal pleasure or displeasure.

And why didn't the National Assembly recall the candidate of its choice, and why did the nominee never worry? Why was the executive body silent, why was the judiciary silent, did the Constitutional Court itself give a legal solution to the problem so far? Wasn't there a competent, obligated person in this country to speak up? Imagine, the Prime Minister of the country says that he has a problem with the former ones, he doesn't go to work, the Prosecutor General doesn't go to work, the Minister of Defense doesn't go to work, maybe I caught him from above? Let's go down! One of the NA cleaners does not come to work and does not clean the area allotted to him. Dear National Assembly, would you tolerate sitting in the dirt? And why do you tolerate that a person does not clean his territory in the Constitutional Court?

So this is a political position with the permission of the ruling political majority. Was the CC crisis resolved by dismissing three judges and Hrayr Tovmasyan as no other president? No, it got deeper. Serzh's man left, Nikol's man came. And tomorrow, when Paul is elected Prime Minister, Nicole's man will go, Paul's man will come. This was not a Constitutional Court, this was not a country and a state. Every time someone comes, the fun takes place, and he starts not to melt with the knowledge he knows. Is this a state or a tightrope walker? Understand, these people are tired, they don't like the pleasure of everyone who comes.