Related Rule
Armenia
Practice Relating to Rule 132. Return of Displaced Persons
Armenia’s Law on Refugees and Asylum (2008) states:
The principle of voluntariness must be respected by all competent bodies dealing with asylum and refugee issues, and this means that an asylum seeker or refugee:
(1) is informed of the situation of the country of his/her nationality or former habitual residence and is able to make a conscious decision on his/her return;
(2) has made a free choice to return to the country of his/her nationality or former habitual residence or to stay in the territory of the Republic of Armenia, before a final decision on his/her asylum claim is made or before cessation of recognition … [as] a refugee. 
Armenia, Law on Refugees and Asylum, 2008, Article 4(2).
The Law defines a refugee as:
a foreign national who is compelled to leave the country of his/her nationality, or, in case of a stateless person, the country of his/her former habitual residence due to generalized violence, foreign aggression, internal conflicts, massive violations of human rights, or other serious events disrupting public order. 
Armenia, Law on Refugees and Asylum, 2008, Article 6(1)(2).
Armenia’s Law on Refugees and Asylum (2008) states: “All competent bodies of the Republic of Armenia dealing with asylum and refugee issues must … facilitate the voluntary return of a refugee or asylum seeker”. 
Armenia, Law on Refugees and Asylum, 2008, Article 4(3).
The Law defines a refugee as:
a foreign national who is compelled to leave the country of his/her nationality, or, in case of a stateless person, the country of his/her former habitual residence due to generalized violence, foreign aggression, internal conflicts, massive violations of human rights, or other serious events disrupting public order. 
Armenia, Law on Refugees and Asylum, 2008, Article 6(1)(2).