Inspection of Prosecutors to be transferred to Superior Council of Prosecutors

The Inspection of Prosecutorswill be transferred from the management of the Prosecutor General’s Office under that of the Superior Council of Prosecutors (SCP). This is provided in a bill to amend the law on the prosecution service that was approved in the April 26 meeting of the Cabinet, IPN reports.

Under the bill, the Inspection of Prosecutors will enjoy functional autonomy that is necessary when independently examining complaints about disciplinary violations committed by prosecutors. The law will be supplemented with a broader list of disciplinary violations, while the statute of limitations will be extended so that the committed violations could be comprehensively examined. The number of inspectors will be raised from six to nine.

Also, a common board will be created within the SCP to deal with the assessment of the ethical and financial integrity of prosecutors who will not be covered by the first assessment exercise. By these instruments, it is proposed determining the property and integrity of all the prosecutors who hold posts, as it was done in the case of judges.

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