Ion Munteanu nominated for Prosecutor General

The Superior Council of Prosecutors has nominated Ion Munteanu for the post of Prosecutor General after conducting interviews today. The nomination is subject to approval by the President.

Ion Munteanu, who is the acting Prosecutor General, scored the highest, getting 9.21 points. He was followed by Octavian Iachimovschi, Anticorruption Deputy Chief Prosecutor, with 8.80 points, and prosecutor Alexandru Cernei with 7.92.

The Council took note that Muntean successfully passed the external pre-vetting procedure.

The appointment of a Prosecutor General is one of the prerequisites for Moldova to be able to start accession negotiations with the EU, which is supposed to happen in late June.

The post of Prosecutor General became vacant after Alexandru Stoianoglo was first suspended and eventually fired on “unsatisfactory performance” grounds. The post was taken over by Dumitru Robu and then by Ion Munteanu, acting as caretakers.

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