YEREVAN, September 25. / ARKA /. Armenia’s former prosecutor general Aghvan Hovsepian, who resigned September 13 after 15 years in office, was appointed by president Serzh Sargsyan to chair a commission set up to draft a legislation for establishment of a single investigative body.
The new body will be a merger of the investigative departments of the Armenian Police and the State Revenue Committee, the presidential press office said today.
It said also the commission will develop and submit to the presidential staff draft laws necessary for the formation and operation of a single investigative body .
The commission will include the current deputy prosecutor general Aram Tamazyan , an aide to president Gevorg Kutoyan , a first deputy justice minister Grigor Muradyan, a deputy finance minister Pavel Safaryan and other officials. -0-