Gagik Tsarukyan, oligarch and the leader of the opposition party Prosperous Armenia, talks to the media after being questioned at National Security Service headquarters in Yerevan, Armenia. National Assembly voted to strip Tsarukyan of his immunity. Tsarukyan is suspected of running an illegal gambling business that has deprived the state coffers of some 60 million dollars and of "vote buying" during 2017 parliamentary elections, according to Armenia's national security service.
|Categories:||Crime, Law & Justice, Politics|
|Feature:||Armenia Opposition Party Leader Prosecution|