Protesters to demand stripping FFA President of deputy mandate

Protesters to demand stripping FFA President of deputy mandate

PanARMENIAN.Net - On July 4, protesters will gather in front of Armenia’s parliament building to demand for Football Federation of Armenia president Ruben Hayrapetyan to be stripped of deputy mandate.

As member of Heritage party David Sanasaryan stated, the rally will be timed to the visit of EU delegation to Armenia.

As a result of June 17 brawl at Harsnakar restaurant, military doctors Vahe Avetyan and Artak Bayadyan were hospitalized with serious injuries. Doctor Garik Soghomonyan was transferred to the Central Military Hospital with skull trauma. Major Avetyan died on June 29 while in coma.

According to some reports, the military doctors were beaten by MP Ruben Hayrapetyan’s bodyguards.

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