The Prosecutor General of Moldova Corneliu Gurin has resigned. He declared it during session of Parliament. He will officially leave his post on 1 March. According to Gurin, resigned, he goes after the Parliament approved in the second reading new edition of the law on Prosecutor’s office, reports Newsmaker.
The newspaper reminds that the development of the project lasted about three years, and the reform of the judiciary is one of the key conditions of the countries-partners of Moldova.
Corneliu Gurin thanked the deputies for adoption of the law on Prosecutor’s office and stated that now is the time to carry out systematic changes in the principles of work of the Ministry. According to him, the reform allows you to appoint a new Prosecutor General as early as April 2016.
The law, which was adopted by the Parliament on Thursday, will officially enter into force on 1 August 2016. He foresees the emergence of specialized and territorial prosecution offices, the elimination of military and transport Prosecutor’s office, and changing procedure for the appointment of the attorney-General: the candidate should choose the Supreme Council of the prosecution, and then to the President for approval. The attorney General will be appointed for seven years without the right to renewal of the mandate.
We will remind, in Moldova a few months of political tensions. Pro-European forces in the Parliament formed a new government, but Pro-Russian puppets initiated the mass protests.
The Prosecutor General of Moldova resigns 26.02.2016