Extraordinary meeting of the Superior Council of Prosecutors. Five topics on the agenda, including the competition for the election of the head of the PCCOCS
30 January 2023 | 16:45
UPDATE: Due to lack of quorum, the extraordinary meeting that was to be held today has been postponed to January 31, 2023 at 2pm. At the same time, an ordinary meeting of the CSP has been set for 2 February.
Original news: On Friday 28 January, starting at 10 a.m., the members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors (CSP) will hold an extraordinary meeting. Four topics are on the agenda, including the competition for the election of the head of the Office of the Prosecutor for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases (PCCOCS).
Agenda of the extraordinary meeting of the Superior Council of Prosecutors on 28.01.2023, 10.00 a.m.
- Awarding of distinctions on the occasion of the 31st anniversary of the formation of the Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Moldova.
- Preliminary request submitted by Mr Eduard Bulat for the suspension of and annulment of the competition for the selection of the candidate for the post of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases.
- Preliminary request submitted by Mr Eugeniu Rurac for the annulment of the decision of the Superior Council of Prosecutors to set up the Commission for selection of the candidate for the position of Chief Prosecutor of the Public Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases.
- Referral of the member of the Special Commission for the pre-selection of candidates for the post of Chief Prosecutor of the Office of the Prosecutor for Combating Organised Crime and Special Cases, Mr Iulian Groza.
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