The Ministry of Justice has received 20 files for the competition for Prosecutor General position, the institution announced in a press release, quoted by IPN.
These are: Anatolie Istrate, Ilie Rotaru, Alexandr Stoianoglo, Maxim Gropa, Veaceslav Soltan, Eduard Bulat, Ruslan Cașu, Ruslan Popov, Alexandru Rața, Vsevolod Ivanov, Serghei Perju, Tudor Andronic, Ion Vicol, Artur Lupașco, Vladimir Adam, Gheorghe Malic, Vladislav Gribincea, Gltefan Gligor, Oleg Crîșmaru and Octavian Bodareu.
The competition for the position of Prosecutor General has been announced by the Ministry of Justice on September 30, with the deadline - October 20.
The pre-selection of the candidates shall be organized by a commission established by the Ministry of Justice and consists of two stages: the file competition and the interview.
The position of Prosecutor General remained vacant following Eduard Harunjen’ s resignation on July 11. Two days earlier, Parliament found that the conditions for appointing him had not been met. On August 9, CSP announced a competition, in which seven contenders registered. The contest was cancelled when the amendments to the Prosecutor's Law became effective.