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September 17, 2021

Transparent procedures for appointing the successors of Kovesi, Morar

The new general prosecutor of Romania and the new chief of the DNA will be appointed through a transparent procedure, based on the candidacies submitted by those who will want to take these offices, according to luju.ro. The procedure will be notified this week to the European Commission, in the context of recommendations agreed by Premier Victor Ponta during the referendum. In order to appoint the new chief prosecutors, a commission will be formed within the Ministry of Justice, where aspirants will submit their projects, 10 works and the curriculum vitae. Minister Mona Pivniceru will choose two names: one for general prosecutor of Romania and the other for chief prosecutor of the DNA, according to the source.This week, Justice Minister Mona Pivniceru will send to the European Commission, for the sake of information, the procedure and criteria to be used in choosing the new chief prosecutors. The procedure will take 20 days, then the names chosen by the minister will be sent to the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM). Under the new regulation, CSM could postpone issuing a consultative opinion until after the parliamentary elections of December 2nd 2012.After it receives the answer of the European Commission, MJ will make public the procedure. The mandate of acting general prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi ends on October 2nd 2012, while DNA chief Daniel Morar had his mandate extended until February 2nd 2013, but he will be replaced too, because DNA needs stability

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