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    Can judges who have not passed the pre-vetting assessment be considered as “corrupt” candidates to the Superior Council of Magistracy? Commission member: “It’s just a doubt”

    Can judges who have not passed the pre-vetting assessment be considered as “corrupt” candidates to the Superior Council of Magistracy? Commission member: “It’s just a doubt”

    Representatives of the pre-vetting commission say the public perception that candidates for the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) who have not passed the assessment are considered corrupt is “wrongR…
    06 February
    Results of the prison searches. Several inmates allegedly creating fake social media profiles involved in blackmail scheme

    Results of the prison searches. Several inmates allegedly creating fake social media profiles involved in blackmail scheme

    As a result of searches carried out on Wednesday, February 1, in several districts of Moldova and penitentiary institutions in the country, mobile phones and SIM cards, draft entries and data on bank accounts,…
    05 February
    New decisions from the Pre-Vetting Commission: four more candidates for the Superior Council of Magistracy positions failed the assessment

    New decisions from the Pre-Vetting Commission: four more candidates for the Superior Council of Magistracy positions failed the assessment

    Four candidates for membership in the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) from among judges, magistrates Mihail Bușuleac from Cahul Court, Veronica Cupcea from Orhei Court, Aliona Miron from the Supreme Court…
    05 February
    A new conviction at the ECHR. Moldova to pay €3 900 for unlawful deprivation of liberty of businessman Valentin Esanu

    A new conviction at the ECHR. Moldova to pay €3 900 for unlawful deprivation of liberty of businessman Valentin Esanu

    Moldova must pay businessman Valentin Esanu the sum of €3,900 – moral damages, as well as €2,464 in costs and expenses. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) partially admitted on 31 January 2023 Va…
    05 February
    The pre-selection commission for the candidates for the post of head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organized Crime and Special Cases announces the impossibility of continuing the competition

    The pre-selection commission for the candidates for the post of head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organized Crime and Special Cases announces the impossibility of continuing the competition

    UPDATE: The Superior Council of Prosecutors (CSP) confirms that at the meeting of the special pre-selection commission for candidates for the position of chief prosecutor of the Office of the Prosecutor for Com…
    05 February
    The Superior Council of Prosecutors rejects the request of the Minister of Justice to cancel the competition for the post of Head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases

    The Superior Council of Prosecutors rejects the request of the Minister of Justice to cancel the competition for the post of Head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases

    UPDATE 15:15 Members of the CSP also rejected the preliminary requests submitted by Eduard Bulat and Eugeniu Rurac for the suspension and annulment of the competition, as well as the annulment of the decision o…
    05 February
    Four of the five members of the selection panel for the new head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases have resigned

    Four of the five members of the selection panel for the new head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases have resigned

    Four of the five members of the selection panel for the new head of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases (PCCOCS) have resigned. They are Tudor Osoianu, proposed by the…
    05 February
    The Moldovan government must pay former PM Vlad Filat €7,500 as moral damages for restricting the public during court hearings

    The Moldovan government must pay former PM Vlad Filat €7,500 as moral damages for restricting the public during court hearings

    The state must pay former Prime Minister Vlad Filat €7,500 in moral damages. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) partially upheld the politician’s complaint about the lack of publicity in criminal…
    05 February
    Unjustified wealth of over 245 thousand lei, detected by ANI on one of the godsons of the former head of the IGP Gheorghe Cavcaliuc, who is head of a directorate within the Inspectorate

    Unjustified wealth of over 245 thousand lei, detected by ANI on one of the godsons of the former head of the IGP Gheorghe Cavcaliuc, who is head of a directorate within the Inspectorate

    The National Integrity Authority (ANI) has found that the head of the International Relations and Foreign Assistance Directorate of the General Inspectorate of Police (IGP) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs,…
    05 February
    Vlad Plahotniuc’s godson acquitted in the case of blackmail and interference in the prosecution of the founder of a real estate company

    Vlad Plahotniuc’s godson acquitted in the case of blackmail and interference in the prosecution of the founder of a real estate company

    Dorin Damir, the godson of former PDM leader Vladimir Plahotniuc, has been acquitted in the case of blackmail and interference in the course of justice and criminal prosecution against the founder of the real e…
    05 February

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