The Library of the Constitutional Court
The library of the Constitutional Court was formed in 1996. The library is rich with juridical, scientific, and media materials, and is envisaged not only for the Members and Staff of the Constitutional Court, but also for students and all those who are interested in jurisprudence.
In the library there are dictionaries, textbooks, collection of laws, books on the elections of state and local power organs, on criminal, criminal procedural, civil, civil procedural, administrative law of the Republic of Armenia, Russian Federation, publications on human rights protection, history and theory of state and law of Armenia and foreign countries. Besides the juridical literature, in the Library of the Constitutional Court there are also books concerning politics, economics, culture, philosophy, sociology, as well as fiction.
In the library the constitutions, laws on constitutional courts, and materials on judiciary and constitutional justice system of more than 60 countries exist. The library is periodically filled with new books and periodical press from Russian Federation and other countries.
The remarkable literary fund of library makes the literature dedicated to the history of the Armenian Church and to the Genocide, as well as Parliament protocols of 1918-1920. The library has books in Armenian, Russian, English, French and other languages. In the library the alphabetical and systematic databases, subject card files are formed, the bibliographic work is done.
List of books in the Library of the Constitutional Court (in Armenian, in Russian)
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