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    MODIFIED from LP134 17.06.16, 30.07.16 MO245-246/art. 515; force 01.08.16 the Parliament adopts this organic law.


TITLE IORGANIZAREA PROCURATURIICapitolul IDISPOZIȚII Article 1. The Prosecutor Prosecutor's Office is an autonomous public institution under the authority of the Court that, in criminal proceedings and other procedures provided for by law, shall contribute to the observance of the rule of law, justice, protection of rights and legitimate interests of the person and of society.
In article 2. Attorney Attorney is the person with the function of public dignitaries that powers of the Prosecutor, as provided for by the Constitution, this law, other legislative acts and international treaties to which Moldova is a party, and is appointed to the position in the manner prescribed by this law.
Article 3. Principles of organization and activity of the Prosecutor and the Prosecutor (1) the Prosecutor acting in accordance with the law.
(2) the Organization and activity of the Prosecutor are transparent and involve guaranteeing society and the mass media to information about this institution, with the exceptions stipulated by law and ensuring compliance with the regime of personal data.
(3) the Prosecutor is independent of the powers of the legislative, Executive and judicial powers, any political party or socio-political organization, as well as any other institutions, organizations or individuals. The interference in the work of the Prosecutor's Office is prohibited. The Prosecutor shall cooperate with other authorities for carrying out the functions provided for in this law.
(4) the Prosecutor acting on the principles of legality, impartiality, integrity and independence of the rezonabilității process, which gives it the ability to take decisions independently and personally in cases they manage.
(5) the Prosecutor's independence process is ensured by the assurances that preclude any political clout, financial, administrative or otherwise upon the Prosecutor linked to the performance of his duties.
(6) the conditions. 13 of this law and the code of penal procedure, the work of the Prosecutor can be inspected on behalf of the hierarchically superior prosecutor and the Court.
(7) the Attorney is bound through its entire business, to ensure the rule of law, to respect the rights and freedoms of persons, their equality before the law, to ensure non-discriminatory treatment for all legal participants in judicial proceedings regardless of their quality, comply with the code of ethics of prosecutors and to participate in continuous training.
Article 4. The legal framework of the activity of the Prosecutor Prosecutor's Activity is regulated by the Constitution, this law, other legislative acts and international treaties to which Moldova is a party.


Chapter IIDOMENIILE of ACTIVITY and COMPETENCE in article 5. Prosecution functions under the law, the Prosecutor shall fulfil the following functions: a) lead and exercised criminal prosecution and represents the prosecution in court;
b) organizes, directs and controls the work of the organs of the prosecution in criminal proceedings;
c) performs, including ex officio control over the observance of legislation relating to the activity of special investigations;
d) performs, including ex officio control over the observance of legislation relating to the registration of complaints about committing crimes Commission or preparation;
e) starts, examine and participate in judging causes contravention;
(f) international judicial assistance) in criminal matters and international collaboration in its field of activity;
g) participate in the implementation of national and international policy of the State in criminal matters;
h) submit proposals for improving the legislation and participate in the elaboration of normative acts in its field of activity;
I apply protective measures) of the witnesses, victims of crime and other participants in criminal proceedings;
j) in the case of neînceperii or termination of prosecution under the law, brought before civil action and participate in its examination;
controlling k) regarding compliance with laws in implementing the measures for the protection of witnesses, victims of crime and other participants in criminal proceedings;
It examines applications and petitions) in accordance with proficiency.
In article 6. The rights and obligations of the Prosecutor (1) in order to execute the functions of the Prosecutor, the Prosecutor shall exercise their powers on the territory of the Republic of Moldova, in all courts and in compliance with the law, shall have the following rights: a) in criminal proceedings or contravention, has free access to the premises of public institutions, economic agents, other legal persons;
(b) initiating disciplinary proceedings for) violations of the law, for failure or improper fulfillment of the obligations in criminal proceedings by the criminal investigation officers, workers finding bodies, organs of workers who pursue the activity of special investigations, and the workers responsible for registering complaints;
(c) any other rights as provided by) the laws in force.
(2) the Prosecutor shall also have the following rights: a) in professional organisations or other organisations which aim at protecting the interests and representation;
b) free access to his personal file and personal data from other acts held within the Prosecutor's Office;
c) informed about all decisions of the Prosecutor and of the organs of self-government of the prosecutors that they are concerned.
(3) the Prosecutor is obliged: a) to fulfil their service obligations under the Constitution, the laws of the Republic of Moldova and with the international treaties to which Moldova is a party;
b) comply with the provisions of laws adopted under the regulatory nature of the Prosecutor;
c) to ensure that the rights and fundamental human freedoms in the performance of his duties;
d) abide by the rules of conduct of prosecutors and to refrain from acts which would discredit the Prosecution or image would affect the prestige of the profession of Attorney;
e) to continuously refine their professional skills;
f) to submit an annual declaration on honour, indicating that it is not an officer of investigations, including undercover informant or collaborator, or body that performs special investigations activity;
g) to submit, in compliance with the law, the Declaration of wealth and personal interests;
[Article 6 (3), subparagraph (c). g) as amended by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; force 01.08.16]) to inform the hierarchically superior prosecutor about the indications or requests made in violation of the law and of an existing conflict of interest or a conflict of interests may arise;
I) to declare acts of corruption related acts of corruption acts and deeds of corupțional behavior that i have become known;
j) to take steps with a view to denouncing and registration of all violations of regulations which have become known in the civil service or from outside the civil service year;
k) comply with State secrecy regime, as well as other information with restricted access that became known in the exercise of the function.


Chapter IIISTRUCTURA PROSECUTOR article 7. Prosecution system (1) the Prosecutor is a single system, which includes: the General Prosecutor's Office);
b) specialised prosecution offices;
c) territorial prosecution offices.
(2) the total number of prosecutors within the Prosecutor's Office shall be determined by Parliament, on a proposal from the Prosecutor General and the opinion of the Superior Council of prosecutors. The number of prosecutors in each prosecutor's Office determined by the Superior Council of the prosecutors, at the recommendation of the Attorney General.
(3) the structure of the Prosecutor-General, to specialized and procuraturilor procuraturilor, as well as their place of residence shall be adopted and amended by the Attorney General, with the written consent of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(4) the Prosecutor is headed by the Attorney General and his deputies according to areas of competence established by the Attorney General.
Article 8. The Prosecutor-General (1) the Prosecutor General Office is headed by the Attorney General and his deputies in accordance with the established powers, has the status of a legal person, has the Treasury account and stamp with the State emblem of the General Prosecutor's Office headquarters is in the city of Chișinău.
(2) the Prosecutor General shall consist of subdivisions which are headed by chiefs or prosecutors of civil servants and, where appropriate, of their deputies.
(3) the Prosecutor-General shall have the following powers: а) leads, controls, organizes and coordinates the activity of specialized procuraturilor and territorial;
(b) the decision of the Prosecutor General), conducts and is engaged in the prosecution, represents the prosecution in court in cases of importance;
c) is notified of the Supreme Court of Justice;

d) carries out and coordinates the control that performs special investigations activity in part what keep the legality of carrying out special measures of investigation;
e) generalize and contributes to the unification of the practice in the field of exercise and leadership of the prosecution, and representation of accusations on the Court;
(f) international judicial assistance) in criminal matters and international collaboration in its field of activity;
g) participate in the implementation of national and international policy of the State in criminal matters;
h) within the limits of competence, shall examine the requests and petitions received;
I) participates in the drafting of normative acts in the field of activity of the Prosecutor;
j) manages the budget of the Prosecutor;
k) collects, analyzes and manages data concerning the work of the Prosecutor;
It fulfils other duties) are determined by law and by international treaties to which Moldova is a party.
Article 9. Specialized prosecution offices (1) specialised prosecution offices operating in certain areas and shall perform his duties throughout the Republic of Moldova. In the Prosecutor's Office Prosecutor Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office and activates to fight organised crime and Special Causes. In case of necessity, by law, can be created and other prosecutions.
(2) the powers, competence, organization and functioning of specialised procuraturilor are regulated by special law, procedural law and criminal law regulations.
(3) specialized prosecutor's Office is headed by a Chief Prosecutor, Deputy Prosecutor General assimilated, assisted by a Deputy or, as applicable, any Deputy, Chief Prosecutor assimilated to the subdivision of the General Prosecutor. In the framework of the specialized prosecutor's Office may be established subdivisions and it may have offices or representatives in the territory.
(4) the Prosecutor Anticorruption specializes in combating criminal offences of corruption related acts, acts of corruption, and has the following specific duties: a) is engaged in the prosecution of cases in the data within its competence, in accordance with the laws of criminal procedure acts;
b) leads the prosecution in cases investigated by the National Centre on September 19;
c) represents the prosecution in court, of appeal and appeal in the cases referred to. a) and b).
(5) the Prosecutor's Office for Combating organized crime and Special Causes specializes in combating organised crime, terrorism and torture, and has the following specific duties: a) is engaged in the prosecution in cases concerning offences of torture offences with terrorist character and in those relating to offences committed upon a criminal organisation, and in other cases the data within its competence;
b) leads the prosecution in cases relating to offences in which the prosecution is exercised by the prosecution bodies of specialized agencies;
c) exercise, the lead prosecution cases submitted by it with respect to investigating the Prosecutor-General;
d) represents the prosecution in court, of appeal and appeal in the cases referred to. a), b) and (c)). 
(6) within the specialized procuraturilor constantly officers of criminal investigation officers, and specialists who are functionally subordinate to the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office. Officers of criminal investigation officers, and specialists are selected individually by the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor and detaches from the other institutions for a period of up to 5 years, which may be renewed for a period of the same term. The posting is done by order of the Attorney-General, with the opinion of the institution in which the driver activates the detached person. Remuneration of officers of criminal investigation officers, and specialists seconded from the budget of the Prosecutor's Office, under the terms of special legislation.
Article 10. Territorial prosecution offices (1) the territorial prosecution offices enable rule in the districts courts according to the territorial prosecutor's Office established in regulation.
(2) the Prosecutor's Office of the autonomous territorial unit Gagauzia (Gagauz-Prosecutor) is a territorial prosecutor what shall perform his duties in the territory of the autonomous territorial unit in question.
(3) the territorial prosecutor's Office is headed by a Chief Prosecutor and Deputy or, where appropriate, his deputies in accordance with the powers established by the Chief Prosecutor. Within the territorial prosecutor's Office can be set up headed by Deputy subdivisions (deputies) of the Prosecutor's Chief Prosecutor.
Article 11. The powers of the Attorney General (1) the Attorney General shall have the following powers: (a) the Prosecutor's Office) is the other public authorities with legal and physical persons in the country and abroad;
b) on a proposal from the Superior Council of the prosecutors, called depending on prosecutors;
c) exercising control over the activity of prosecutors;
d) sets out the areas of competence (powers) of the Exchange;
e) approves the Prosecutor, to be published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova;
f) issue, in writing, approve orders and provisions, regulations and methodological recommendations;
g) shall, with the written consent of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, the internal structure of procuraturilor;
h) requires agreement to start criminal prosecution or, where appropriate, start prosecuting cases stipulated by law;
I refer the matter to the Constitutional Court) in compliance with the law;
j) organizes and implements the system of financial management and internal control and management is responsible for the administration of the budget of the institution and the public patrimony located in the discharge;
k) exercise other powers provided by law.
(2) within three months after his appointment, the Attorney General shall appoint them on his deputies, they allocate their fields of competence and its replacement by the order of the Assistant in the absence or inability of the exercise of its functions. Where the Attorney General has not established the order of the replacement Assistant Attorney-General, the functions will be exercised by the Deputy law with the greatest seniority in the post of public prosecutor.
(3) the Attorney General shall submit annually to the Parliament, until 31 March of the current year, a report on the work of the Prosecutor's Office in the previous year. The report can be heard in Parliament, is made public and shall be placed on the official website of the Prosecutor General's Office.
Article 12. Administrative hierarchy in the Prosecutor's Office (1) the Attorney General and its deputies, according to the established powers, are leaders of the Prosecutor. The heads of subdivisions of the Prosecutor General and coordinates the activity of their subdivisions in accordance with established powers. The Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor or of the territorial organizes and coordinates the activity of the Prosecutor's Office he runs.
(2) Orders, the provisions relating to the organisation and coordination of the work of the Prosecutor's Office, as well as methodological and regulatory instructions of prosecutors referred to in paragraph 1. (1) are required for subordinated prosecutors.
(3) detailed Rules as regards the administrative hierarchy within the Prosecutor's Office of the Prosecutor are laid down by regulation.
Article 13. Procedural hierarchy of prosecutors (1) of the procedural point of view, the hierarchically superior prosecutor is:) to prosecutors in the territorial prosecutor's Office-Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor or his Deputy, the authority;
b) for specialized prosecutor's Office prosecutors-Attorney Chief Prosecutor or his Deputy, the authority;
c) prosecutors-heads you procuraturilor, including Chief Prosecutor Prosecutor Atu-prosecutors-General Prosecutor's Office subdivisions you chiefs, according to powers laid down;
d) prosecutors-heads do you have specialized procuraturilor-Attorney General, as appropriate, to the Deputy Attorney General, in accordance with the established powers;
e) prosecutors within the General Prosecutor's Office subdivisions-prosecutors-General Prosecutor's Office subdivisions you chiefs;
f) prosecutors-deputies chiefs of subdivisions of the Prosecutor-General ai-prosecutors-General Prosecutor's Office subdivisions you chiefs;
g) prosecutors-General Prosecutor's Office subdivisions you chiefs-Prosecutor General or his deputies, in accordance with the established powers;
h) for Attorney General-deputies Attorney General;
I) for all of the prosecutors of the Prosecutor-General Prosecutor.
(2) the hierarchically superior Prosecutor directly performs the following tasks: (a)) requires that bodies have competence in legal discovery and prosecution of criminal offences, as well as the pursuit of special investigations, appointment of people working in the field to carry out, under the direct leadership and under the supervision of prosecutors, procedural acts provided by law;
b) revokes, suspends or annuls the acts issued by the Prosecutor in a hierarchical inferior contrary to law;

(c) give particulars of actions) process to be undertaken on the question, which, however, cannot refer to the solution in the case at issue;
(d) other duties prescribed) exercise of procedural law-criminal.
(3) particulars of hierarchically superior prosecutor to formulate in writing, in accordance with the law and are binding on public prosecutors. Hierarchically lower Prosecutor may require motivating hierarchically superior prosecutor's instructions.
(4) a Prosecutor has the right to refuse the execution of an indication which is manifestly illegal and obliged to refute the hierarchically superior prosecutor Prosecutor who issued it.


TITLE IISTATUTUL PROCURORULUICapitolul IVINCOMPATIBILITĂȚI and the PROHIBITION in article 14. Incompatibilities (1) the Office of public prosecutor is incompatible with any other public or private function, as well as other activity remunerated or not.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1. (1) the Prosecutor may engage in teaching and scientific activities. The rules on the cumulation function with these activities shall be determined by the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 15. Prohibition (1) the Prosecutor is obliged to avoid any conflict of interests in the process of exercising the duties of Office, and if it appears to him.
(2) the Prosecutor has the right: a) to join political parties or from formations, to conduct or participate in political activities, to express or manifest in any way political beliefs in the performance of his duties;
b) to participate in strikes;
c) to participate in the investigation or examination of cases where the falls under the incidence of the objection; 
d) to make public statements about the causes which are not investigated or about the causes they manage, if this would infringe the right to presumption, nevinovăției private life of any person, or could affect the prosecution;
e) be an officer investigations, including undercover informant or collaborator of an authority which carries out special investigations activity;
f) to conduct an entrepreneurial activity or a trade, either directly or through persons status;
(g)) be the umpire in arbitration courts;
h) to give written or oral consultations in litigious matters, including where the case is being examined by another organ of the Prosecution than the one in which they exercise the function, with the exception of offers consultations granted to spouse, children or parents, nor to carry out any other activity which, according to the law, the legal profession;
I) possess membership in the governing body, management or control of a company, including a bank or another credit institution.
j) to hold the Office of the Prosecutor under the direct guidance of her husband/his wife, to persons with whom he is related by blood or adoption (parents, children, brothers, sisters, grandparents, grandchildren, uncles, aunt) or persons with whom he is related by affinity (brother-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law).
Article 16. Clothing outfit (1) meetings of the Court, the Prosecutor is obliged to wear the cloak.
(2) the State shall provide free clothing outfit Prosecutor.
(3) a top Model and distinguishing insignia shall be established by the regulation approved by the Superior Council of the prosecutors.
Note: the provisions of article 16 shall come into force on 01.01.17 VSELECȚIA PROCURORILORSecțiunea Chapter 1Numirea and CAREER Prosecutor on the basis of article 17. Appointment to the position of Attorney General for the Office of the Prosecutor General may run for a person who meets the following conditions: a) has a professional experience of at least 10 years in the field, of which at least 5 years in the Office of the Prosecutor;
b) fulfils the conditions laid down in article 21. 20 paragraph 1. (1) (a). a), b), c), (d)), f), g) and (h));
c) managerial qualities;
d) in last 3 years until the announcement of the competition has not been a member and/or has not held political activities within a political party or socio-political organization;
e) in the last 6 months there he held membership of the Council of prosecutors.
(2) the candidate to the position of Attorney General is selected on the basis of a public competition, organized by the Higher Council of Prosecutors, which comprises the following stages: a) preselecția on the basis of the candidates ' dossiers;
b interview in front of) the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) the procedure for the Organization and conduct of the contest shall be established by a regulation approved by the Superior Council of prosecutors. The interview stage is transmitted on-line in real time. Superior Council of Prosecutors provides access media representatives at the meeting in which the interview takes place.
(4) the process for the selection of the candidate for the post of Attorney General is carried out according to objective criteria, merit-based exterior taking into account training, integrity and its capabilities.
(5) the information relating to the taking-up and pursuit of the competition will be published on the official web pages of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Superior Council of public prosecutors, with at least one month before the deadline for the submission of dossiers.
(6) the participation in the competition, including acts specified in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. (2) (a). a), b), c), (e)), f) and (g)), letter of motivation and concept of management and institutional development, the Superior Council of Prosecutors and recorded as provided by law. Incomplete or submitted after expiry of the time-limit shall be examined.
(7) when submitting documents, candidates for Attorney General are informed of the initiation of the verification in accordance with the law. 271-XVI dated 18 December 2008 concerning the examination of applicants and holders of public and law No. 269-XVI dated 12 December 2008 on the application of the test to the simulated behavior detector (polygraph). The applicant shall sign the Declaration of verification and shall present its written consent to a polygraph test.
(8) within 20 working days after the deadline for the submission of dossiers, the Superior Council of public prosecutors shall draw up the list of candidates who satisfy the conditions for participation in the contest, and displays on its website, indicating the date on which the interview will take place.
(9) the candidates ' Interviewing takes place in open court.
(10) the Applicants are assessed by each Member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors on the basis of the criteria approved by the Council. Final score represents the average score given by all members of the Superior Council of the prosecutors. The candidate who received the highest score is proposed by the Board of Senior Prosecutors, President of the Republic to be appointed Attorney General.
Note: the provisions of article 17, paragraph 2. (10) in part that concerns the appointment of the Attorney general by the President of the Republic shall enter into force after the amendment of the Constitution (11) the President of the Republic can be rejected once the proposed candidacy of the Superior Council of the prosecutors for the post of Attorney General if some compelling evidence of incompatibility with the candidate function concerned, infringement by the candidate of the legislation or of violation of legal procedures for the selection of the latter. Refusal of appointment shall be reasoned and shall be made within 15 working days from the date of receipt of the proposal.
Note: the provisions of article 17, paragraph 2. (11) in the image refers to the appointment of the Attorney general by the President of the Republic shall enter into force after the amendment of the Constitution (12) on the proposal of the same candidate, repeatedly made with a vote of 2/3 of the members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, the President of the Republic shall issue, within five working days, a decree on the appointment of the candidate to the Office of Attorney General.
Note: the provisions of article 17, paragraph 2. (12) in the image refers to the appointment of the Attorney general by the President of the Republic shall enter into force after the Constitution Amendment (13) the Attorney General is called as a function for a term of seven years, without the right to be called again in that position.
(14) following the end of the exercise of his duties, the Attorney General may continue working in any function of the Attorney chosen by the holiday he, being appointed without competition.
Article 18. The appointment of the Attorney General appointed control (1) the candidate to the position of Deputy Prosecutor General proposed by the Attorney General.
(2) In the position of Deputy Attorney General can be called a person has an experience of at least 7 years as a Prosecutor, in the last 3 years working in the Office of the Prosecutor and the organizational capacity and features.
(3) the Attorney General shall be appointed Deputies in the light without competition, by order of the Attorney-General, with the written consent of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(4) the term of Office of the Prosecutor General exchange ends with the mandate of the Attorney General, but they continue to exercise their powers until the appointment of a new Attorney General appointed control.
(5) Deputies of former Prosecutor-General may be appointed as the new Assistant Attorney General.

(6) upon termination of the exercise of the mandate of the deputies of the Prosecutor General, may continue any activity in relation to the vacant attorney chosen by them, being appointed without competition.
Article 19. The selection of candidates for career Prosecutor and prosecutors (1) the selection of candidates for career Prosecutor and prosecutors is done through competition, aiming to ensure a selection process objective, impartial and transparent manner, to ensure the best choice of candidates for the post in question.
(2) the appointment of a Career Prosecutor assumes a Prosecutor from a function in another.
Article 20. Conditions in order to run for the offices of Prosecutor and Chief Prosecutor (1) Can run for the Office of attorney a person who meets the following conditions: (a) holding the citizenship of the Republic of Moldova);
b knowing the official language);
c) has the ability to fully exercise;
d) post-graduate diploma and post-graduate diploma in law or another act in the field of their equivalent, recognized the structure empowered for recognition and equivalence of studies and qualifications;
e) graduated from the initial training of prosecutors in the national institutes of Justice or, in the case of the person who has the length needed to be called in question, argued in front of the Commission's examination of the National Institute of Justice;
f) enjoys a reputation unimpaired;
g) previously has not been found guilt for săvîrșirea an offence;
h) is suitable in terms of healthcare for the exercise of the function of the Prosecutor;
I) was subject to verification and testing with the use of simulated debate demean detector (polygraph).
(2) a person shall be regarded as having an irreproachable reputation under paragraph 6. (1) and may not run for the position of Prosecutor if there is any of the following circumstances: a) was relieved from the duties specified in paragraph 3. (3) for violations in work over the past five years;
b) do abuse alcohol or psychotropic substance is a toxic drug, or.
(3) a person who has not attained the initial training courses to prosecutors at the national institutes of Justice can run for the Office of the Prosecutor has a length of at least 5 years in the offices of Prosecutor or judge in national or international courts, the criminal investigation officer, a lawyer, the Ombudsman, the Prosecutor, counsel to the Assistant judicial court also in specialized legal functions from the Constitutional Court, the Council of prosecutors, Superior of the Superior Council of Magistracy, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, the national anticorruption Centre of the customs service or as a full Professor of law in accredited higher education institutions.
(4) The Office of the Prosecutor in specialized prosecution offices or in the Prosecutor General's Office and the duties provided for in article 10. 25 para. (4) Attorney who can apply: a) has a length of service as a Prosecutor for at least 5 years;
b) within performance evaluation rating, "good", "very good" or "excellent".
(5) to the position of Chief Prosecutor Prosecutor Atu can apply any person who satisfies the conditions laid down in this law for the Office of the Prosecutor, and that: a) in the past 10 years has had an uninterrupted professional experience in the field, of which 5 years as a prosecutor or a judge;
b) over the past three years until the announcement of the competition has not been a member and/or has not carried out political activities in the context of a political party or socio-political organization;
c) ascertaining the Khakas.
(6) to the position of Deputy Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office Prosecutor Atu can apply which satisfies the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. (4) and knowing the Khakas.
(7) may not participate in competitions for the functions referred to in paragraph 1. (4) to (6) Prosecutor who has effective disciplinary.
Article 21. Checking the health status of candidates in the offices of the Prosecutor and the prosecutors in Office (1) the health of candidates at the offices of the Prosecutor and the prosecutors on the basis that want to participate in the contest shall be verified prior to entry in the register of candidates to fill vacant functions.
(2) Checking the health status of prosecutors in the light takes place every five years.
(3) verification of health also includes psychological and psychiatric assessment of candidates to the offices of the Prosecutor and the prosecutors in his Office.
(4) the requirements concerning health and the procedure for determining the health status of candidates to the offices of the Prosecutor and the prosecutors, including the list of diseases which do not allow for the exercise of the function of Prosecutor, approved by order of the Minister of health after coordination with the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(5) the health of candidates at the offices of the Prosecutor and the prosecutors in relation shall be verified by a specialized Commission of the Ministry of Health, which issues a medical certificate concerning health, containing conclusions on the compliance of the candidate or the Prosecutor according with the requirements for the exercise of the function, which is subsequently presented to the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 22. Register candidates to fill vacant functions (1) the functions of Prosecutor Candidates who satisfy the conditions laid down in article 21. 20 are entered in the register of candidates to fill vacant functions (hereinafter Register) upon his demand, and regardless of the existence of vacancies at the time of registration.
(2) to be entered in the register, the candidate to the position of the Attorney submitting the following documents: a) requests to participate in the contest;
b) curriculum vitae;
c) copy of diploma studies;
d) certificate of graduation of the National Institute of Justice or certificate confirming the support of the Commission's examination in front of the National Institute of Justice;
e) copy of the book of job, in the case of candidates who were approved;
f) criminal record;
g) medical certificate concerning the State of health;
h) Declaration of wealth and personal interests;
[Article 22 (2), subparagraph (c)) in the Editorial Board of LP134 MO245 from 17.06.16, 30.07.16-246/art. 515; 01.08.16 in force] [article 22 (2), subparagraph (c) (i)) repealed by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; force 01.08.16]) a reference from the last place of work or study;
k) certificate which confirms the detector testing using simulated behaviour (polygraph).
(3) on the filing of the documents, the person shall be informed of the initiation of the procedures laid down in article 21. 17 para. 7. (4) the Prosecutor depending on who wants a transfer or a promotion can be entered in the register if the last two years before the filing of the application for entry in the Registry has undergone performance evaluation. Prosecutor seeking an appointment to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor or the Deputy Prosecutor in Chief can be entered in the register if the final year before the filing of the application for entry in the Registry has undergone performance evaluation.
(5) the register shall be kept by the Secretariat of the Council of Prosecutors and includes the following areas: (a) the list of candidates) the functions of the vacant Attorney;
b) list that calls for prosecutors to transfer to another Prosecutor's Office;
c) list that calls for appointing prosecutors in the Office of the Chief Public Prosecutor or Deputy Prosecutor.
(6) the procedure for entry in the register of candidates to fill vacant functions shall be approved by the Board of senior prosecutors.
(7) the registry shall be placed on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 23. The criteria for selection and career Prosecutor (1) selection of College and career prosecutors from the subordination of the Superior Council of prosecutors and appreciates the candidates entered in the register referred to in article 1. 22 on the basis of the criteria laid down in this law and in accordance with the rules approved by the Board of senior prosecutors.
(2) in the contest, the candidates are appreciated on the basis of the following criteria: a) the level of knowledge and professional skills;
(b) implementing capacity) practical knowledge;
c) seniority in Office of public prosecutor or other functions. 20;
d) capacity and effectiveness as a Prosecutor;
e) compliance with the rules of professional ethics;
f) teaching activities and scientific.
(3) the procedure and criteria for the selection of candidates for career Prosecutor and the Prosecutor are set out in detail in the implementing regulation referred to in paragraph 1. (1), to be published on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.

(4) The assessment of the candidate to the Office of the Prosecutor, the total score obtained in the contest shall be constituted as follows: at least 50%-underpinning the Commission's examination in front of the National Institute of Justice and not more than 50%-the score awarded by the selection College and career prosecutors. In the case of career prosecutors, at least 50% are the result of professional assessment and not more than 50% is provided by the College's score for selection and career prosecutors.
(5) as a result of the competition, each Member of the college selection and career prosecutors granted score each candidate on the basis of the regulation referred to in paragraph 1. 1. candidate's score gained means the average score given by members of the Forum.
Article 24. The contest for selection and career Prosecutor and occupying vacant functions (1) the Superior Council of public prosecutors periodically notify functions vacancies and those who are to become vacant in the next three months by placing the respective information on its website. All functions are removed the next time they announced the contest.
(2) College for selection and career prosecutors appreciate them all candidates registered in the register. In case of a no-show in front of their candidate selection for College and career prosecutors or refusal to be appreciated, the candidate is excluded from the register.
(3) the results of the assessment of the candidates shall be published for 2 working days, on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(4) candidates who do not agree with the results of appraisal, within 5 working days after the publication of the results, you can challenge the Superior Council of prosecutors. Opposition will settle at the first session, but not later than 20 working days after deposit. The decision of the Superior Council of Prosecutors can be appealed to the Supreme Court of Justice just in what refers to the procedure of adoption.
(5) Candidates shall choose the contest functions in descending order of score obtained at the College for selection and career prosecutors. In the case of equal score, the first shall elect the candidate function obtained better results at the National Institute of Justice, or in the assessment of performance. The result of the contest will be published on the official website of the Superior Council of Prosecutors within 2 working days after its completion.
(6) At the following meeting, the Superior Council of the Attorney General proposes the appointment of Prosecutors on the basis of candidates nominated as a result of the competition. Superior Council of Prosecutors may refuse to make the proposal for the nomination of a candidate if that candidate is found to be incompatible with the Office of the Prosecutor.
In article 25. The appointment of prosecutors (1) Appointment to the offices of public prosecutor, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor, the Deputy Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office, the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General or the subdivision's Deputy Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor-General subdivision shall be by order of the Attorney General, on a proposal from the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(2) within 5 working days of receipt of the proposal, the Attorney General is required to make a decision. The Attorney General may reject the candidature submitted for motivated appointment. The Superior Council of the prosecutors repeatedly may propose the same candidacy with a vote of 2/3 of its members. This is mandatory for the Attorney General.
(3) the candidate to the position of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor Atu is proposed by the people's Assembly of Gagauzia with at least 3 months prior to the intervening holiday function or if it intervenes before the expiry of their term of Office within 2 months after intervening during the holiday.
(4) the term of Office of the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor, the Deputy Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office, the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General and the subdivision of the Deputy Prosecutor of the Prosecutor-General subdivision is 5 years. Staying in the same function not exceed 2 consecutive terms. At the conclusion of the term of Office, the person i proposed appointment without competition, in one of the vacant position of Prosecutor, with the exception of Chief Prosecutor function.
Article 26. The procedure for the selection of the candidate to the post of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor ATU (1) candidate for the post of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor Atu is selected by the people's Assembly of Gagauzia on the basis of the conditions and criteria laid down in this law and the regulations approved by the Supreme Council of the prosecutors. The candidate shall be selected following a public competition organized and conducted in accordance with the procedure established by the local law adopted by the Assembly.
(2) The assessment of participants in the contest for the post of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office, the people's Assembly of Gagauzia shall apply in accordance with regulation scoring approved by Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) the people's Assembly nominate selected Superior Council of Prosecutors for inspection.
(4) based on the data submitted by the people's Assembly, the Superior Council of public prosecutors, within one month, verify compliance with procedure and compliance of the candidate conditions and criteria laid down in this law and the regulations approved by the Superior Council of public prosecutors and the Attorney General his appointment.
(5) where the infringement procedure identifies the selection of candidate or it does not meet the conditions or criteria, the Superior Council of Prosecutors will dismiss the proposed candidacy of motivated people's Assembly.
6. the people's Assembly may propose the same candidacy with a vote of 2/3 of its members. If it finds repeatedly breaches of procedure or nonconformance of the candidate conditions times criteria, the Superior Council of Prosecutors will reject motivated candidacy. The same candidate rejected a second time because of discrepancies between the conditions or criteria may be proposed to the position of Chief Prosecutor of the administrative territorial unit Gagauzia, Prosecution will be holding a new contest.
Article 27. The Prosecutor's oath (1) appointment to the Prosecutor, including the Attorney General, shall submit the following oath: "I swear to respect strictly the Constitution, laws of the Republic of Moldova, of human rights and freedoms and to conscientiously fulfil my duties."
(2) Refusal to file the oath draws as the nullity of the appointment.
(3) the Attorney General shall deposit the oath at the time of his appointment, in front of the President of the Republic and the members of the Superior Council of the prosecutors.
(4) Other prosecutors lodged in front of Attorney General's oath and the members of the Superior Council of the prosecutors.
(5) a prosecutor sworn in shall be recorded in a statement signed by the person who took the oath, the Attorney General and the President of the Superior Council of prosecutors.


Section 2 performance Article 28 aEvaluarea prosecutors. Assessing performance the performance of prosecutors and prosecutors shall be assessed by the College performance evaluation of prosecutors from the subordination of the Superior Council of the prosecutors in the aim of the activity, the level of knowledge and professional skills of prosecutors, of their compliance with the functions and for stimulating and enhancing professional skills, improve the efficiency of the work of the Prosecutor.
Article 29. Forms of the performance evaluation of prosecutors (1) performance evaluation of prosecutors in two forms: a) periodically;
b) assessment.
(2) the Prosecutor shall be subject to periodic evaluation of the performance of once every 4 years. The performance of the person named first in the Office of the Prosecutor will be evaluated after the first two years of activity.
(3) the Attorney is subject to the performance evaluation in the extraordinary way: a) at his request, but not more often than once in a year;
b) in the case of participation in the contest to fill the function of Chief Prosecutor;
c) in the case of obtaining appraised as "insufficient".
Article 30. The procedure for the performance evaluation of prosecutors (1) the procedure and criteria for performance evaluation of prosecutors shall be established by a regulation approved by the Higher Council of Prosecutors, to be published on the official website.
(2) a regulation referred to in paragraph 1. (1) lays down limits to enlargement): the process of evaluation of the performance of prosecutors;
b) methodology, procedure and duration of performance evaluation of prosecutors;
c) evaluation criteria and performance indicators of activity of prosecutors;
d) sources of information and the means of collecting the information necessary to assess the performance of the prosecutors.
Article 31. Decision concerning performance evaluation (1) the assessment of the performance of the Prosecutor's Office, College of performance evaluation of prosecutors shall take one of the following decisions:

resolution on support of) performance evaluation by giving the word "good", "very good" or "excellent";
b) decision on obtaining the word "insufficient";
c) decision on that performance evaluation.
(2) The decision on the performance evaluation shall indicate the appropriate rating and score obtained, together with recommendations for improvement.
(3) in the case referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). b), the Prosecutor is subject to extraordinary assessment not earlier than 6 months but not later than one year from the previous assessment.
(4) In granting the word "insufficient" to two consecutive evaluations or performance evaluation of stranding, the Prosecutor is dismissed.
(5) in the case of irregularities of the batsuit misconduct, College performance evaluation of prosecutors referred the matter to prosecutors ' Inspection.


Section 3 continuing professional aFormarea the Prosecutor in article 32. Continuous training of the Prosecutor (1) To in-service the Prosecutor must take into account the dynamics of the legislative process. This training consists in particular in the deepening of knowledge concerning the relevant national law, the international acts to which Moldova is a party, the case law of the boards of national and international judgment.
(2) Responsibility for vocational training continues to be the responsibility of the National Institute of prosecutors Justice, procuraturilor leaders in which they operate, and each Attorney in part through their individual preparation.
(3) Prosecutors shall participate in at least 40 hours annually in training programs organized by National Institute of Justice, the programs organized by other institutions of higher education in the country or abroad, to other forms of training and instruction.
(4) continuous training of prosecutors is done exterior taking into account the necessity of their specialization.
(5) within each prosecutor shall periodically organise continuing vocational training.
(6) in the preparation of programmes and themes for continuous training of prosecutors should take into account the suggestions and needs of individual prosecutors, and to offer them the possibility to choose the field they want to refine.


Chapter VIGARANTAREA the INDEPENDENCE of the PROSECUTOR by article 33. Ensuring the independence of the Prosecutor (1) the independence of the Prosecutor is ensured by: a) the determination, by law, the strict terms of the delimitation of the powers of the Prosecutor, the Prosecutor's Office, the performance of the duties and powers of the Prosecutor in the performance of the functions of the Prosecutor;
(b) the appointment, procedures)-suspension and release from Office;
c) inviolability;
(d) the Prosecutor discretion in decision-making) in the exercise of the function, granted by law;
(e) establish by law), ban the interference of other person or authority in the work of the Prosecutor;
(f) appropriate means for) ensuring the functioning of the Prosecutor's Office, creating organisational and technical conditions favourable to its activity;
g) material ensuring social and public prosecutor;
h) other measures provided by law.
(2) In making decisions, the Prosecutor is independent in compliance with the law.
(3) if the decisions taken by the Prosecutor are illegal, they can be waived by the Prosecutor motivated upwards.
(4) a person whose rights and legitimate interests have been damaged by the actions, inacțiunile or the Prosecutor may appeal against the acts of the hierarchically superior prosecutor. The decision by the hierarchically superior prosecutor, whereby he has been fixed, can be appealed in court.
In article 34. Inviolability of the Prosecutor (1) Inviolability of the Prosecutor shall ensure that the protection against interference and interference in his work.
(2) entry into the dwelling or in the room service of the Prosecutor, in the means of transport or service personnel, conducting on-site inspection, search or lifting objects, wiretapping, searches, monitoring and lifting of the correspondence, documents and objects belonging to the Prosecutor shall be allowed only under the conditions provided by law.
(3) the Prosecutor may not be held liable for statements made in compliance with professional ethics.
(4) the prosecution against a prosecutor may be initiated only by the Prosecutor General. Concurrently with the prosecution, the Attorney General referred the matter to the Superior Council of public prosecutors with a view to the commencement of disciplinary proceedings.
(5) the criminal proceedings against the Attorney General can only be initiated by the prosecutor appointed by the Supreme Council of the prosecutors.


Chapter VIIMĂSURILE Of ENCOURAGEMENT. DISCIPLINARY and PROCURORILORSecțiunea 1Măsurile of ASSETS to encourage Article 35. Measures to encourage (1) For the fulfilment of the duties of service impeccable, for outstanding success in business or for certain acts of sacrifice spirit permeated by prosecutors may be encouraged by: a) an expression of thanks;
b) offering a symbolic gift;
c) grant award;
d) grant approved of their Prosecution, Superior Council of prosecutors.
(2) the measures provided for in paragraph 1. (1) shall apply on the basis of the criteria laid down by the regulation approved by the Superior Council of the prosecutors. They apply by order of the Attorney General, on a proposal from the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) for outstanding achievements in Office, prosecutors may be proposed towards the decoration with State distinctions. Proposals for decorating with awards state forward them to the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(4) cannot be applied to measures to encourage under paragraph 1. (1) and (3) in respect of which prosecutors is on disciplinary proceedings or disciplinary sanctions which were effective.


Section 2 Article 36 aRăspunderea disciplinary. Disciplinary liability (1) Disciplinary Procedure is applicable for prosecutors and prosecutors who have ceased employment service.
(2) the Prosecutors are called for disciplinary action disciplinary deviation. 38. Article 37. Principles of disciplinary proceedings concerning the Disciplinary Procedure concerning prosecutors prosecutors are based on the principles of: a) legality;
(b) respect for the independence of decision-making) the Prosecutor;
c) equity;
d) proportionality of the sanction with disciplinary deviation committed;
e) transparency.
Article 38. Disciplinary infringements Constitute misconduct: improper fulfilment of obligations);
(b) inadequate implementation or non-implementation) of legislation, if this is not justified by changing the practice of application of the rules laid down in the legal system;
(c) illegal interference in their activity) of another attorney or intervention of any kind to advise the authorities, institutions or officials to resolve any issues;
d) intended to prevent, by any means, Inspection activity of prosecutors;
e) extreme violation of law;
f) attitude unworthy, or way of life affecting the honor, integrity, professional prestige probității, Prosecutor or that violates the code of ethics of prosecutors.
Article 39. Disciplinary sanctions (1) the seriousness of the violation and in compliance with the law, the Prosecutor applies, by the decision of the Collegium of discipline and ethics from the subordination of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, the following disciplinary sanctions: a) warning;
b) reprimand;
c salary reduction);
d) demotion from his Office;
e) release from Office of the Prosecutor.
(2) the warning lies in alerting, in written form, the Prosecutor on the recommendation of the disciplinary offence committed and submitted it to meet future requirements.
(3) a Reprimand is expressed in written form regarding the acts committed by the public prosecutor.
(4) reducing the salary reduction of monthly wage represents 15% to 30% for a period of between 3 months and 1 year and apply starting in the calendar month following the date on which the decision on disciplinary cause has remained irrevocable.
(5) the demotion of duties involved the Chief Prosecutor in a reference to the Prosecutor or Prosecutor to transfer the Prosecutor-General or Prosecutor specializing in a prosecution. The demotion of duties is based on the judgement of penalties, by order of the Attorney General.
 (6) removal from Office of the Prosecutor under paragraph 1. (1) the duties of the Prosecutor represents the termination as a result of committing an disciplinary. Removal from Office of the Prosecutor on the basis of the judgement of penalties to be determined by order of the Attorney General.
(7) pursuant to decision on punishment with the termination of duties immediately after its delivery, the Prosecutor removed from the exercise of powers by the service.
Article 40. Time limits of disciplinary procedure (1) the Prosecutor may be disciplinary held liable within 1 year from the date of the disciplinary offence was committed the offence.

(2) by way of exception from the provisions of paragraph 1. (1) If a disciplinary offence was committed in the work process, the disciplinary board is 3 years from the time of perpetrating the irregularity.
(3) the Disciplinary Procedure must be carried out, as a rule, within a period of 6 months of the date of referral concerning the deed which can constitute misconduct. The term 6 months does not represent a period of limitation period for prosecution or disciplinary.
(4) Disciplinary Procedure initiated pursuant to article 6. 34 para. (4) shall be carried out within a period of 30 days of starting criminal prosecution, it not being a term of limitation period for prosecution or disciplinary.
(5) If, at the time of application for resignation, against the Prosecutor: a) is there a disciplinary proceedings, it shall be completed within a period of up to 30 days after the filing of the request for resignation;
b) was filed a complaint before the resignation, disciplinary proceedings are concluded within 30 days of submitting the referral.
(6) before the issuance of the decision on disciplinary action referred to in paragraph 1. (5) the resignation shall not be examined, and if the order on the resignation was delivered, it shall be suspended.
(7) within the time limits specified in paragraph 2. (3), (4) and (5) do not include the period of your stay in annual leave or sick leave of the person with regard to whom the disciplinary proceedings shall be conducted.
Article 41. The conditions and consequences of the application of disciplinary sanctions (1) disciplinary sanctions shall apply to prosecutors in his Office.
(2) the disciplinary Sanction shall be applied pro rata to the Attorney discipline and seriousness of the irregularity committed according to personal circumstances. 10.2 discipline is determined by the nature of the offence committed and the consequences of the products. Consequences of products are assessed taking into account the effects of both persons involved in the activities in respect of which the Act was committed, as well as effects on the image and prestige of the Prosecutor.
(3) the term of action of disciplinary penalty is one year from the date of application. 
(4) Committing an disciplinary action during the previous disciplinary penalty, regardless of the type of disciplinary offence committed constitutes aggravating circumstances and shall consider the following in determining the sanction for misconduct committed.
(5) within one year from the date of application of disciplinary sanction, the Attorney cannot be promoted and cannot take any measure of encouragement.
Article 42. Disciplinary procedure Disciplinary Procedure starts right at the time of referral and includes the following stages: a) the submission of referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct;
b) verification by Inspection of referral to prosecutors;
c) examination of the case by the disciplinary College discipline and ethics;
d) adoption of a decision on disciplinary action.
Article 43. The appeal with respect to the deed of what may constitute misconduct (1) Referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct committed by the Prosecutor may be filed by: a) any interested person;
(b) members of the Superior Council of) Prosecutors;
c) College of performance evaluation of prosecutors, under art. 31 para. (5);
d) Inspection, following prosecutors ' investigation.
(2) Subject as provided for in paragraph 1. (1) may submit the appeal concerning the facts which have become known to or in the exercise of their rights or duties, either in the functional basis of information circulated by the media or other sources of information.
(3) where several notifications relating to the same offence and the same Prosecutor, appeals shall be conexează.
(4) revocation of disciplinary procedure does not affect the referral.
Article 44. Conditions of form and content of referral (1) referral to the prosecutor about the deed which can constitute misconduct shall be filed in writing. The procedure for the submission and contents of referral shall be regulated by the regulation approved by the Superior Council of the prosecutors.
(2) anonymous Referrals are not examined.
(3) the appeal shall be regarded as manifestly unfounded in facts that are cited do not make reference to disciplinary, the period of limitation has expired under article 13. 40 para. (1) or (2) and the appeal filed repeatedly without new evidence.
Article 45. Registration and distribution of notices (1) to refer to the Act regarding what may constitute misconduct shall be submitted to the Secretariat of the High Council of the prosecutors. The referral shall be recorded and shall be forwarded to the prosecutors ' Inspection no later than 3 working days after receipt.
(2) If the appeal does not comply with the conditions of form and content, the inspector shall, within five working days after the day on which the appeal was distributed for prior check, return it to the author by a decision of non-attack, indicating on the shortcomings established and over the right to file a new complaint.
Article 46. Checking referral (1) Checking referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct means the stage at which it will lay down the facts imputed to the Prosecutor and their consequences, the circumstances in which they were committed, as well as any other relevant information of which it is possible to infer the existence or nonexistence of the constitutive elements of the offence.
(2) the Inspector who has been distributed referral is required: a) to take all measures necessary to verify the facts adduced by the author of the referral and to determine the existence or nonexistence of the constitutive elements of a disciplinary offence;
b) require written opinion to Prosecutor targeted in the complaint with regard to the circumstances invoked, informing the driver of the Prosecutor;
c) to draw up the dossier of the case, which will include referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct, all materials and other information obtained as a result of the verification.
(3) The verification process the referral, the Inspector has the right: to make copies of) on the relevant documents, including the examination of the dossiers which it claims to have committed the acts described in the complaint;
b) require other information needed from the leader targeted in the Prosecutor's referral, as well as from other public authorities, people with responsibility functions or private persons;
c ask), in case of necessity, from the person who submitted the referral oral and written explanations, and other additional information related to the facts alleged in the complaint;
(d) to undertake other measures) needed to verify the referral.
Article 47. Deadlines for verification of referral (1) Checking referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct shall be carried out within a period of up to 30 days from the date of receipt of the referral by the prosecutors ' Inspection.
(2) the Inspector may order the prolongation of conducting verification not later than 10 working days if there are reasonable grounds justifying the extension, the activity concerning this author referral.
(3) in the cases referred to in article 1. 40 para. (4) and (5), checking is done in the referral period not exceeding 10 days.
Article 48. The rights and obligations of the Prosecutor against which the appeal was lodged at the stage of checking (1) the Prosecutor against whom a complaint has been lodged, the verification thereof, shall have the right to know: a) the contents of the referral;
b) to present oral and written explanations;
c) submit evidence that demonstrates or deny certain facts alleged in the complaint or that are relevant to the examination of the referral;
(d)) to be assisted by a lawyer or a representative;
e) to participate in the examination of the case.
(2) the Prosecutor against whom a complaint has been filed, its verification, shall be obliged: (a)) should not impede in any way the verification undertaken by the inspector;
b) contact or personal representative, with the author referral, than in the presence of the Inspector.
Article 49. The results of the verification of referral (1) after completion of checking referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct, the Superintendent shall issue one of the following decisions: (a) the termination of the procedure), if you do not identify no basis for bringing the disciplinary action;
b) transmission of materials to College discipline and ethics, if you identify a reason for bringing the disciplinary action.
(2) in the case referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). (b)), the decision of the Inspector, together with a report submitted by him on the basis of the check and the dossier of the case, within three working days from the date of issue shall be submitted to the College of discipline and ethics for review and shall notify the author of the referral in writing or, on request, in electronic format.
(3) the report on the results of checking Model referral regarding deed what may constitute misconduct shall be approved by the Higher Council of the prosecutors, at the recommendation of discipline and ethics.

(4) the decision of the disciplinary procedure for termination may be challenged by the author referral to College discipline and ethics within 10 working days of receiving it.
Article 50. Disciplinary case examination (1) shall Cause the disciplinary College discipline and ethics with the summoning of Prosecutor concerned in the appeal relating to the deed what may constitute misconduct, prosecutors ' Inspection and representative of the person who filed the appeal.
(2) The examination of the case, the Prosecutor and the person who filed the appeal may be represented or assisted by a lawyer or another person chosen by them as a representative.
(3) failure to submit reasonable grounds the Prosecutor without or to the person who filed the appeal or of their representatives at the meeting of the College of discipline and ethics do not preclude the examination of the case. 
(4) the inspection of the Superintendent shall be the prosecutors who made the referral or verification by another inspector designated by the head of the prosecutors ' Inspection. The presence of a representative of the prosecutors ' Inspection is mandatory.
(5) The examination of the case can be applied disciplinary hearing witnesses or other persons relevant to the examination of the case.
(6) College discipline and ethics is to adopt a decision on the cause of the disciplinary rule no later than two months following the receipt of materials from prosecutors ' Inspection.
(7) the examination procedure of the disciplinary case to College discipline and ethics shall be governed by the regulation approved by the Superior Council of the prosecutors.
(8) if the person who filed the appeal or the one against which the appeal was lodged is a member of the College of discipline and ethics, it is not entitled to participate in the examination of the case.
Article 51. Decision on the cause of disciplinary action (1) After examination of the case, disciplinary, ethics and discipline of the College shall adopt one of the following decisions: a disciplining deviation) concerning the establishment and implementation of a disciplinary sanctions;
b) concerning the establishment of disciplinary offence and disciplinary procedure and restriction, if the time limits have expired the disciplinary action;
c) concerning the establishment of disciplinary offence and disciplinary procedure and restriction, where the Prosecutor has ceased employment service before issuing the decision regarding the cause of disciplinary action;
d) on termination, if that was not committed misconduct.
(2) if the disciplinary procedure has been initiated pursuant to article 6. 40 para. (4) the decision on the proposal provides for disciplinary action and implementation or not of the suspension of duties.
(3) If a member of the College of discipline and ethics has a separate decision, it exhibits in writing, giving reasons, the opinion being appended to the file.
(4) the decisions of the meeting are signed by the Chairman and members of the Forum of discipline and ethics who participated in the examination of the case. Hotarîrile College of discipline and ethics within 3 working days from the date on which they were handed down, shall be published on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(5) a copy of the judgement of discipline and ethics will be sent to participants in the case of disciplinary action and shall be attached to the staff of the Prosecutor's Office concerned.
(6) After examination of the case, College discipline and ethics may make an additional recommendation addressed to the Superior Council of Prosecutors relating to the disposition of the extraordinary performance evaluation of the Prosecutor concerned if circumstances and the materials of the case demonstrates the need for evaluation of its performance.
(7) the decision concerning the application of the penalty of demotion from his Office and the decision concerning the application of the penalty of termination of Office of public prosecutor shall be transmitted to the Superior Council of public prosecutors to submit the corresponding proposal of the Prosecutor General. The proposal shall be submitted after expiry of the term for contestation of the decision.
(8) decision on disciplinary cause consists of the introduction, descriptive part, the motivatorie and the operative part. The form and content of the decision is approved by the regulation approved by the Superior Council of the prosecutors.
Article 52. Inspection of prosecutors (1) inspection of prosecutors is a subdivision of the Prosecutor General's Office, which enables inspectors having the status of civil servants with special status.
(2) the inspector is called person, chosen by public competition, which meets the following requirements: a Bachelor's degree) in possession or its equivalent;
b) has a length of legal specialty for at least 7 years;
c) has not been previously found guilt for săvîrșirea an offence;
d) enjoys a reputation unimpaired in the conditions laid down in article 21. 20 paragraph 1. (2) and (3) the competition for the selection of inspectors is organised by the General Prosecutor's Office.
(4) the inspector may not be appointed prosecutors.
(5) inspection of prosecutors is headed by a chief inspector and is subordinate directly to the Attorney General. The structure and powers of inspection are laid down by regulation prosecutors approved by the Attorney General, to be published on the official website of the Prosecutor General's Office.
(6) inspection of the following competencies of prosecutors: a) swept the organizational activity of prosecutors and procuraturilor;
b) examines complaints about the facts that could constitute disciplinary;
c) keep track of statistics of all the complaints and the results of their verification;
d) performance evaluation information to prepare for the Prosecutor and its promotion in other functions;
(e) prepare annual reports) with regard to its work;
f) has other tasks provided for in legislation or regulations.
(7) the Chief Inspector and inspector within the prosecutors ' Inspection are remunerated with a salary the amount of which is equivalent to the salary of the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office and the Prosecutor's salary, respectively, within the territorial prosecutor's Office, exterior taking into account the length of service.


Section 3-53 aRăspunderea heritage Article. Patrimonial liability (1) the State shall be responsible for the damages caused by the heritage shares the Prosecutor learned function in compliance with the law nr. 1545-XIII of 25 February 1998 on how to repair the damage caused by illicit actions of penal investigation bodies, Prosecutor's Office and of the courts.
(2) for the repair of injury caused by the actions of the Prosecutor learned in the exercise of the function, the person is entitled to submit an action only against the State, represented by the Ministry of Justice.
(3) the public prosecutor bears patrimonial responsibility only if the finding by court decision, its shares of guilt, qualified as offences.
(4) the limitation period for the right of action in the cases provided for in this article is 3 years from the date of the occurrence of law, if the law does not stipulate other terms.


Chapter VIIITRANSFERUL, delegation, SECONDMENT, suspension and termination of duties of the PROSECUTOR in article 54. The transfer, secondment and delegation (1) the transfer of the Prosecutor in another function is done through competition, under the conditions laid down in this law.
(2) where a prosecution may not work due to temporary lack of prosecutors in the case of the existence of functions, but in other cases, the Attorney General, upon proposal of the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor in question, may delegate to other prosecutors in the prosecutions, without their consent, for a period of up to one month during the year, and their writing with consimțămîntul for a period of up to 6 months.
(3) for the purpose of investigating a case, the Attorney appointed as a member of the criminal group can be delegated to another Prosecutor's Office for a period of up to six months without its consent. 
(4) the Prosecutor may be detached from his Office, with its consimțămîntul, for the fulfilment of functions within the Superior Council of public prosecutors, of the National Institute of Justice, as a Government Agent, within the framework of international organisations, the European Union, other States, or in order to carry out the activity in projects financed by these institutions for a period of up to four years. During the period of secondment, the Prosecutor shall retain the status of them. Expenditure relating to the secondment of the Prosecutor under this paragraph shall be reversed. If the function in which the Prosecutor is seconded shall involve the remuneration and compensation for expenses relating to secondment, the civil service and salary compensation for these expenses are not paid.
(5) If the salary provided for the function in which the Prosecutor shall delegate the wearer is much lower than that from previous function will keep the civil service wage base.
(6) the period of secondment from other institutions is included in the length of service as a Prosecutor.
(7) the expiry of the order which has been detached, the Prosecutor is given the function of Prosecutor vacant, with the exception of the function of Chief Prosecutor.

(8) the decision on secondment shall be taken by the Prosecutor's Prosecutor-General, with the written consent of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 55. Suspension of duties (1) in respect of which the Prosecutor is on a prosecution may be suspended from Office by the Attorney General, with the written consent of the Superior Council of prosecutors. In what situations do not suffer from the delay, the Attorney General can suspend the Prosecutor without the consent of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, until the next meeting of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(2) the Attorney is suspended from Office by order of the Attorney General, without the involvement of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, when i shall be granted maternity leave and leave for child care until the age of 6 years. In other cases provided by law, the Attorney is suspended from Office by order of the Attorney General, on a proposal from the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) the suspension from Office of the Prosecutor in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (2) does not involve the cancellation of social guarantees.
(4) in the case referred to in paragraph 1. (1) if the offender has not been tested or if the Prosecutor was given a sentence of acquittal of the time of termination on the grounds of criminal rehabilitation, suspension of duties is terminated, and the Prosecutor is restored in all prior rights.
(5) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (2) upon the expiry of the suspension of duties, the Prosecutor takes over the function which he held until the suspension or, with his consimțămîntul, is another function of the Prosecutor.
(6) the Prosecutor may appeal against the decision on suspension of function in the Court in compliance with the law.
Article 56. The conditions for the termination of service of the Prosecutor of the public prosecutor service employment is terminated in the following cases: a) in circumstances not dependent on what the will of the parties;
b) in the case of issue from his Office.
Article 57. Termination of service in what circumstances does not depend on the will of the parties (1) the relations between service of the Prosecutor shall be terminated by operation of law in what circumstances does not depend on the will of the parties if: (a) loss of nationality of the Republic of Moldova);
b) attain age 65 years;
c) expiry for which he was called as a function, in the case of refusal to be called into another function of the Prosecutor;
d) in which the final decision remains by the guilt of the Prosecutor for an offence;
e) depriving the Prosecutor the right to occupy certain functions or exercising certain activities, as a punishment or as a supplementary punishment, pursuant to a final judgement by a court which has ordered this sanction;
f) Prosecutor is declared as vanished through a final court decision;
g) the death or declaration of death of the Prosecutor through a final court decision;
h) where the final remains the Court decision on limiting exercise capacity or incapacity of the Prosecutor;
I) finding, later his appointment, according to at least one reason why a person cannot be appointed as a special prosecutor.
(2) termination of service in what circumstances does not depend on the will of the parties is done by order of the Attorney General, within 5 working days of the intervening or bringing to the attention of the Prosecutor General of the case.
(3) termination of the mandate of the Attorney General in the grounds specified in paragraph 2. (1) is established by the Decree of the President of the Republic.
Article 58. Termination of duties (1) the Prosecutor, the Deputy Prosecutor and the Chief of the Prosecutor General are dismissed if: (a) filing of resignation);
b) refusal to be transferred to another prosecutorial or subdivision of the Prosecutor, if the Prosecutor or prosecution in which the subdivision activated validated or reorganized;
c) refusal to be subject to the disciplinary penalty of demotion from his Office;
(d) application of disciplinary penalty) release from the Office of the Prosecutor at the time when it has become final;
e) obtaining the word "insufficient" to two consecutive evaluations or grounding performance evaluation;
f) a no-show for reasons which are groundless, twice in a row, for performance evaluation;
g) inclusion as a candidate on the list of a political party or socio-political organization in elections to Parliament or local public administration authorities;
h) remains the definitive act by which it finds its incompatibility or violations of certain prohibitions;
I) where it is considered to be unfit in terms of healthcare for his duties;
j) refusal to be submitted for verification pursuant to law No. 271-XVI dated 18 December 2008 concerning the examination of candidates and holders at public functions;
k) appointment in Office incompatible with the Office of the Prosecutor;
l) establishment, by the Act of finding, the conclusion remained either directly or through a third person of a legal act, decision or participate in making a decision with no real settlement of the conflict of interest in accordance with the legislation on conflict of interests;
[Art. 58 al. (1), subparagraph (c). l) introduced by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; force 01.08.16]) nedepunerii Declaration of wealth and personal interests or refusal to submit, under art. 27(2). (8) of law No. 132 of 17 June 2016 with respect to the national authority of integrity;
[Art. 58 al. 1, lett.) introduced by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; force 01.08.16] n) disposition by the Court of Justice, under the decision irrevocable, unwarranted confiscation of wealth.
[Art. 58 al. (1), subparagraph (c). n) introduced by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; force 01.08.16] (2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). a), b) and (c)), the termination of duties is made by order of the Attorney General, pursuant to the application or the refusal in writing.
(3) termination of duties of the Chief Public Prosecutor, the Prosecutor or the Deputy Prosecutor General in the grounds specified in paragraph 2. (1) (a). b), c), (d)),),),),),),),),),) and n) is made within 5 working days of the intervening or bringing to the attention of the Prosecutor General of the case, under an order of the Attorney-General, which shall be communicated to the Prosecutor concerned within five working days of issuance, but prior to the date of issue from his Office.
[Art. 58 al. (3) as amended by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; 01.08.16 in force]
(4) the Prosecutor General concerning termination of duties can be challenged in court under the law.
(5) in case of cancellation of the order for release from Office, the Prosecutor will be reinstated in all rights, paying him, according to the law, entitlements of which was private.
(6) the Attorney General may be dismissed before the expiry of their term of Office by the President of the Republic, in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). a), d), g), (h)),),),),) and n). In the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). h) termination of duties of the Attorney General is made on the basis of a court judgment or a decision of irrevocable letters of credit to the Superior Council of prosecutors.
[Art. 58 al. (6) as amended by LP134 from 17.06.16, MO245-246/30.07.16 art. 515; 01.08.16 in force]

Chapter IXPROTECȚIA Of The STATE Prosecutor. MATERIAL and SOCIAL INSURANCE of the Prosecutor by article 59. The protection of the State Prosecutor and members of his family (1) Prosecutor, members of his family and their wealth is under State protection. At the reasoned request of the Prosecutor, in claiming the existence of a danger to the life, health or the members of his family or a danger to the integrity of their wealth, the organs of internal affairs are obliged to take the necessary measures to ensure the security of the Prosecutor and members of his family, as well as the integrity of their assets.
(2) display the life or health of the public prosecutor, the destruction of or damage to his property, the threat to murder with violence or damage his property, as well as display the life or the health of its close relatives (spouse, parents, children) in connection with the duties of service attract criminal liability.
(3) the Attorney shall be entitled to compensation for expenses incurred in the course of their work.
Article 60. Remuneration (1) Salary is established depending on the Prosecutor's Office of the judge's salary. Function of the Prosecutor's salary shall be determined according to the level of the Prosecutor's Office where he is pursuing his activity and age as a Prosecutor.
(2) the Prosecutor's Salary represents 90% of the judge's salary): the Supreme Court of Justice, in the case of the Prosecutor or of the Prosecutor-General from specialized prosecution offices, with length of service;
(b) the judge's salary) from a court, if the Prosecutor from territorial prosecution offices, including the prosecution of Gagauzia, with length of service.

(3) to exercise leadership functions, the Prosecutor shall receive the following fix calculated in percentage ratio in relation to its function: wage a) 20%-for the exercise of the function of the Attorney General;
b) 15%-for the exercise of the function of Deputy Attorney General and Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor;
c) 12%-for the exercise of the function of the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General and the subdivision's Deputy Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor;
d) 9%-for the exercise of the function of head of a Department within the Prosecutor General's Office and the Chief Prosecutor of the territorial prosecutor's Office;
7%-e) for the exercise of the function of Deputy Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office.
(4) the conditions and manner of payment are determined by prosecutors with law No. 328 of 23 December 2013 regarding remuneration of judges.
Article 61. Annual leave and rest days (1) the Attorney shall be entitled to an annual paid holiday of 35 calendar days.
(2) if the length of service as a Prosecutor in excess of 5, 10 and 15 years, paid annual leave increases annually with 3, 5 and 7 calendar days.
(3) the Prosecutor is granted leave by order of the Prosecutor General, in accordance with the annual holiday rest prosecutors approved by the Attorney General.
(4) the work done on holidays holidays or rest days to Chief Prosecutor indication shall be offset against the Prosecutor in proportion, not later than 14 calendar days of rest. How to grant additional days shall be determined by Regulation of the Prosecutor. For work carried out on holidays holidays or rest days, the Prosecutor is not paid additionally.
(5) it is prohibited to reject the rest of paid annual holidays of the Prosecutor.
Article 62. Other social guarantees (1) Prosecutors in the exercise of the function is receiving medical assistance in accordance with law No. 1585-XIII of 27 February 1998 concerning the compulsory insurance for health care.
(2) upon termination of service, a Prosecutor in the Office of the Prosecutor for over ten years, under art. 57 paragraph 3. (1) (a). b) and (c) of article) or 58 para. (1) (a). a) and b), if the circumstances that causes termination of employment does not affect the prestige and reputation of the Prosecutor's Office of prosecutors shall receive an allowance equal to the dismissal of 50 percent of the monthly salary of the multiplication of the last number of years completely work as a Prosecutor. If the Prosecutor returned, when calculating compensation for dismissal be unique consider activity time as District Attorney after the expiry date of the last statement.
(3) the life and property of the public prosecutor are subject to compulsory State insurance from the State budget, the expenditure being provided for in the budget of the Prosecutor's Office.
(4) the insured amount shall be paid in the following cases: a) violent death or death of the Prosecutor in connection with the performance of the function which arises as a result of injury or other serious injury to health-his successors as a single allowance equal to the product of the multiplication function of the deceased's salary to the equivalent number of years he has not survived until reaching the age limit but no less than 15 function of wages of the deceased;
b) mutilation of the Prosecutor or another serious injury to his health in connection with the exercise of the function, that excludes the possibility of continuing professional activity-in the form of a monthly compensation equal to the salary of the Office which he held the post of public prosecutor;
c) violent death or death of the Prosecutor, which occurred as a result of injury or other serious injury to health, related to the exercise of his function-family members unfit for work, learn from his maintenance in the form of a monthly allowance equal to the difference between the image we rolled back from the salary of the deceased function and established retirement pension in connection with loss of întreținătorului without taking into account the allowance.
(5) If, at the date of issue of the Prosecutor contravențională, there is a procedure in connection with the performance of his duties or a prosecution against him, pay the compensation provided for in paragraph 1. (2) shall be suspended until a final settlement of the case. If the finding of guilt in these cases, Prosecutor allowance provided for in paragraph 1. (2) shall not be granted.
(6) the Prosecutor shall receive and other social guarantees in compliance with labour-law insofar as it is not contrary to this law.
(7) damage caused in connection with the service of the public prosecutor, by damaging or destruction of his property, property his family members or his close relatives, repaired in full from the budget of the Prosecutor's Office.
Article 63. The Prosecutors are entitled to retirement pension in accordance with the law. 156-XIV of 14 October 1998 relating to the pensions of State social insurance. Article 64. Base fee of Prosecutor (1) the appointment of the Prosecutor, it receives a card model of which shall be approved by the Higher Council of prosecutors.
(2) Including a Prosecutor shall be issued by the Attorney General and serves as a document confirming the identity and function of the Prosecutor.
(3) After termination of service, as well as during the period of the suspension from Office of the Prosecutor pursuant to article 13. 55 paragraph 1. (1) or its removal from service obligations, including retreats.


IIIORGANELE AUTOADMINISTRAREDIN TITLE of Article 65 PROSECUTION FRAMEWORK. The Prosecutor's Office Administration (1) the Prosecutor's Autonomy is expressed by organizational and functional independence, is achieved by self-administration and represent the right and the actual capacity of the Prosecutor's Office to resolve problems independently functional and responsible.
(2) the Prosecutor's Charter based on the principles of representativeness and eligibility of self-administration bodies of the Prosecutor's Office, as well as by engaging their accountability for the exercise of any delegated functions.
(3) the self-administration of the Prosecutor are the general meeting of Prosecutors, Superior Council of colleges Prosecutors and its subordinate-college selection and career prosecutors, College performance evaluation of prosecutors and College discipline and ethics.


Chapter XADUNAREA General of PROSECUTORS Article 66. General meeting of Prosecutors (1) the general meeting of Prosecutors is constituted by the prosecutors within the Prosecutor's Office.
(2) the general meeting of Prosecutors shall be convened annually by the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) the general meeting of Prosecutors can be convoked and in exceptional cases, on the initiative of the General Prosecutor, the Supreme Council of the prosecutors or one third of the prosecutors, for the purposes of the examination of issues of major importance for the work of the Prosecutor.
(4) notice of the date of the meeting, the draft agenda of the meeting and the materials to be examined during the meeting place on the web pages of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Superior Council of public prosecutors with at least one month before the date of the meeting.  Proposals for amending or supplementing the General Assembly agenda of prosecutors shall be allowed both before a meeting, and during the meeting.
(5) the meeting of Prosecutors General Assembly opens by the President of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, that conveys leadership meeting the President elected by the Assembly.
(6) the Chairman and the Secretary General of the Assembly meeting of prosecutors shall be elected upon the proposal of the prosecutors ' meeting, with a vote of simple majority opened.
(7) the General Assembly is rendered competent if Prosecutors take part in it by a simple majority of the prosecutors. The same quorum is necessary for the conduct of meetings and the extraordinary General Assembly of prosecutors.
(8) decisions of the general meeting of Prosecutors shall be a simple majority vote of the prosecutors present and shall be signed by the Chairman and the Secretary of the meeting. The decisions of the general meeting of Prosecutors on the selection of the members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, the college selection and career prosecutors, of the performance evaluation of prosecutors and of the discipline and ethics shall be taken by secret ballot. The decision of the general meeting of Prosecutors, may be taken by secret ballot and the other judgement.
(9) the procedure For the Organization of choice for prosecutors in the Superior Council of Prosecutors and in its colleges, general meeting of Prosecutors shall, by majority vote, special committees, of which it is composed and shall be determined by regulation of the General Assembly of prosecutors.
(10) the decisions of the general meeting of Prosecutors shall be published on the official web pages of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Superior Council of Prosecutors and are enforceable for self-administration bodies of the Prosecutor's Office and for prosecutors.
Article 67. Competence of the general meeting of Prosecutors

(1) the General Assembly convenes for Prosecutors: a) choice among prosecutors, members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors and of its colleges, as well as alternates;
b) hearing the report about the work of the Prosecutor, presented by the Prosecutor General, and the report about the activity of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, presented by the President of the Council;
c) submission by the Attorney General and the Prosecutor debate priorities for the coming year, after consultation with the Superior Council of public prosecutors;
d) approval of the code of ethics of prosecutors and of the amendments thereto, which shall be published on the official website of the Prosecutor General;
(e) the adoption or amendment of the regulation) general meeting of Prosecutors;
f) examining and deciding on other matters concerning the work of the Prosecutor.
(2) within 20 working days of the meeting of the General Assembly of prosecutors, proposals and questions submitted during the meeting will be examined by the entity to which they have been asked to make decisions concerning them, which shall be published on the official web pages of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) the regulations approved by the General Assembly of prosecutors shall be published on the official website of the Prosecutor General's Office.


XICONSILIUL of the PROCURORILORSecțiunea Chapter 1 General provisions Article 68. The Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) the Superior Council of public prosecutors is an independent body, with legal person status, formed to participate in the process of setting-up, operation and quality assurance system administrative Prosecutor's Office.
(2) the Superior Council of the Prosecutors is the guarantor of the independence and impartiality of prosecutors.
Article 69. The composition of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) the Superior Council of public prosecutors is composed of 12 members.
(2) the Superior Council of public prosecutors belong by right to the Attorney General, the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor, the President of ATU Gagauzia higher magistrates Council and the Minister of Justice.
(3) five members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors are elected by the general meeting of Prosecutors from among the prosecutors, by secret ballot, direct, and free suffrage, as follows: a) a member from among the prosecutors of the Prosecutor General;
b) four members from among the prosecutors of the territorial prosecution offices and specialized ones.
(4) three members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors are elected by competition among civil society, as follows: one by the President of the Republic, one Parliament and one by the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Candidates to the post of Member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors on the part of civil society must have university degree and experience in the legal field for at least three years.
(5) Are considered to be elected as members of the Superior Council of prosecutors and prosecutors who have accumulated the highest number of votes at the general meeting of prosecutors. Next on the list of candidates for prosecutors who have accumulated the highest number of votes to compensate in descending order vacations functions by number of votes garnered.
(6) Applicants to the position of Member of the Superior Council of the prosecutors should enjoy a reputation unimpaired and shall be a recognized authority in their respective areas of activity.
(7) cannot be members of the Superior Council of prosecutors and prosecutors who have effective disciplinary and persons who have been declared guilty of an offence.
(8) the Prosecutors elected as members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors from his Office detach during the exercise of their mandate.
(9) the members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, with the exception of members of law cannot exercise a gainful activity, apart from the academic, creative, athletic, scientific or public associations.
Article 70. Jurisdiction of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) the Superior Council of the Prosecutors shall have the following powers: a) shall draw up and approve the regulations relating to his work on the operation of its colleges and other regulations which they are concerned;
b) shall draw up and approve the regulations on the procedure for selection and career prosecutors;
(c) of the draft regulation) of the General Assembly of prosecutors and draft amendment thereof;
d) organizes the contest for selecting the candidate to the position of Attorney General, which proposes the President of the Republic;
e) competitions, select and appoint its members colleges from the ranks of civil society;
(f) appeals against rulings) examines the measures taken by its colleges;
g) make proposals regarding the appointment of the Attorney General, promotion, posting or suspension under the terms of the prosecutors of the Criminal Procedure Code and of this law, and for the termination of duties of prosecutors;
h) participates in the oath by prosecutors and by the Attorney General;
I) lays down the number of prosecutors in each prosecutor;
j) appoints the prosecutors in the Council of the National Institute of Justice;
k) approve the strategy for initial and continuing training of prosecutors and present its opinion on the action plan for the implementation of this strategy;
l) examines and presents views on the regulation for the organisation of the competition for admission to the National Institute of Justice, teaching programmes and educational plans for initial and continuing training within the National Institute of Justice, the regulation on the organisation of the competition for the refilling stations, as well as the composition of the boards for entrance exams and the graduation of the National Institute of Justice;
m) sets out the number of seats the admission contest for first interrogators in training at the national institutes of Justice;
n) examines citizens and prosecutorial issues in data within its competence;
o) draft code of ethics of prosecutors, as well as drafts of amendment thereto, and shall propose for approval by the General Assembly of prosecutors;
p) approve its draft budget, presented by the Ministry of finance;
q) approve the structure of the appliance's Superior Council of Prosecutors;
r) participate in the drafting of the budget of the Prosecutor and shall give consent;
s) involved in the preparation of strategic development plans of the Prosecutor;
t) advises draft priorities regarding the work of the Prosecutor, developed by the Attorney General.
(2) the regulations approved by the Supreme Council of Prosecutors shall be published on the official website of the Prosecutor General's Office.
In article 71. The President of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) the President of the Superior Council of Prosecutors shall be elected from among the members of the Council elected from the ranks of prosecutors, by secret ballot, for a term of 4 years, with a majority of Board members.
(2) in the absence of the President of the Superior Council of public prosecutors, its powers are exercised by a member appointed by the Council.
(3) the President of the Superior Council of public prosecutors shall receive a salary in the amount of 80% of the salary of the Attorney General retains his salary or the Prosecutor, held before the secondment, if that is greater.
Article 72. The powers of the President of the Superior Council of the President of the Superior Council of Prosecutors Prosecutors shall have the following powers: to) is the Superior Council of Prosecutors in domestic and international relations and coordinates the activity;
b) presides the meetings of Prosecutors;
c) signed documents issued by the Superior Council of public prosecutors;
d) Prosecutors General Assembly presents the annual report of the Council of Prosecutors;
e) appoint, promote, transfer and frees the device from Office employees, they apply for incentives and disciplinary penalties;
(f) exercise other duties) and as provided by law.


Section 2-aStatutul member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors Article 73. The term of Office of a member of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) the term of Office of the members of the Council elected Prosecutors is 4 years. The same person cannot function holds member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors two consecutive mandates.
(2) the members of the Council elected Prosecutors exercise their mandate until the election of new members.
(3) the period of activity as a member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors shall be included in the professional stage.
Article 74. Rights of the members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors have the right to: a) to acquaint and to participate in the examination of the materials submitted by the Superior Council of public prosecutors;
b) to make representations, to expose the arguments and to submit supplementary materials;

c) to propose to the Council at its meeting on issues pertaining to its competence;
d) to participate by voting in the adoption of decisions and to expose, if necessary, a separate opinion;
e) to perform other actions under the law.
(2) the members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors elected from the ranks of prosecutors shall receive a salary in the amount of 75% of the salary of the Attorney General or retain the salary of the position of Prosecutor, held before the secondment, if that is greater.
(3) the members of the Superior Council of prosecutors and representatives of civil society shall receive a monthly allowance in the amount of 50% of the average salary of the members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors elected from the ranks of prosecutors.
Article 75. The obligations and restrictions imposed on members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors are obliged to ensure that: (a) protection of rights) and freedoms of prosecutors, of their honour and dignity under the law;
b) contribute to the promotion of the principle of the independence of the Prosecutor;
c) complies with the regime of personal data and other information with restricted access, they have become known in the performance of his duties;
d) to vote for or against the adoption of decisions.
(2) the duration of their mandate, and for 6 months after termination, the members of the Superior Council of the prosecutors cannot participate in competitions for appointment or promotion in the functions of the Prosecutor, including the post of Attorney General.
Article 76. Cessation of membership of the Council of Prosecutors (1) a member of the Superior Council of public prosecutors cease, if applicable): application for waiver of membership of the Council;
b) upon the expiry of a member of the Council;
c) in the case of obtaining the status of a member of a College in the subordination of the Superior Council of public prosecutors;
d) in the case of the suspension or the Prosecutor;
(e)) where it remains permanently the incompatibility Act;
f) where remains the definitive act by which it is established that the adoption of an act in contravention of legal provisions relating to conflict of interest;
g) where final judgement by which the remains have been found guilt for săvîrșirea an offence;
h) in case of impossibility to exercise the powers of a member on a period of more than four months, as established by the Supreme Council of Prosecutors;
I) in the case of the existence of one of the circumstances which would not have allowed the election or appointment thereof as a member of the Council;
j) in case of death.
(2) the members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors cannot be removed. In the case of the circumstances set out in paragraph 1. (1) their mandate lapses.


Section 3-aOrganizarea activity of the Superior Council of Prosecutors Article 77. Meetings of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) the Superior Council of public prosecutors shall meet whenever necessary but not less frequently than once a month.
(2) the first meeting of the Superior Council of public prosecutors is summoned by the Attorney General within a period of 10 working days from the date of the General Assembly to keep prosecutors.
(3) meetings of the Superior Council of public prosecutors are public, except to comply with the information specified in article regime. 75 para. (1) (a). (c)), the Council shall decide, by a resolution, that the meeting or a part of it to be closed.
(4) the meeting of the Superior Council of the Prosecutors is rendered competent if she participates in at least 2/3 of the members.
(5) the Agenda of the meeting shall be placed on the official website of the Superior Council of public prosecutors with at least 2 working days before the date of performance of the meeting.
(6) Decisions shall be delivered in open court, with the vote of the majority of the members present at the open Council of the prosecutors.
(7) the decisions of the Superior Council of Prosecutors are motivated, are signed by all the members present in session and published within 10 working days from the date of issue, on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors. Decisions of the Superior Council of Prosecutors are signed Holograph or, where appropriate, by electronic signature.
(8) Meetings of Prosecutors are registered by means of video/audio. Recording of the meeting is attached to the minutes. The minutes shall be drawn up within three working days of the date on which the meeting was held, being signed by the Chairman of the meeting and the Secretary, and shall be placed on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 78. Objection and abstention (1) a member of the Superior Council of the prosecutors cannot participate in the examination of a topic in the calendar if there are circumstances that preclude its participation in the examination of the subject in question or that would arouse doubts as to his objectivity. Where such circumstances exist, the Member of the Board is obliged to make a declaration to abstain.
(2) for the reasons indicated in paragraph 1. (1) a member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors can be recuzat.
(3) an application for a declaration of objection and abstention must be motivated.
(4) a member of the Superior Council of the prosecutors whose objection or abstention was invoked did not participate in the examination of the application for objection or declaration to abstain.
Article 79. Contestation of the Superior Council of public prosecutors (1) decisions of the Superior Council of Prosecutors can be appealed to the Supreme Court of Justice of any person aggrieved in his own right within a period of 10 working days from the date on which the relevant decision has been notified.
(2) Appeals against judgements of the Superior Council of Prosecutors are examined by the Panel of judges examining appeals against the judgments of the Superior Council of Magistracy.
Article 80. The budget of the Council of Prosecutors (1) the Superior Council of Prosecutors shall be financed from the State budget within the limits of budgetary allocations approved by the annual budgetary law.
(2) the budget of the Council of Prosecutors should be prepared, approved and administered in accordance with the principles, rules and procedures established by the legislation on public finances and budgetary and fiscal responsibility.
(3) the President of the Superior Council of Prosecutors organizes and implements financial management system and internal control and bear responsibility for the administration of the budget and management of public patrimony located in the Management Council of the prosecutors.
(4) the Remuneration of the Chairman and members of the Superior Council of the prosecutors seconded from the functions of Prosecutor, payment of monthly subsistence allowance of the members of the Council of representatives of civil society, as well as personnel from the Superior Council of Prosecutors shall be made from the budget of the Council of prosecutors.
Article 81. The device Superior Council of Prosecutors (1) the Superior Council of Prosecutors has a device which ensures that the work of the Council and its colleges.
(2) the Superior Council of Prosecutors Apparatus is composed of civil servants and technical staff. Civil servants within the apparatus of the Superior Council of public prosecutors are subject to the regulations of the law No. 158-XVI dated 4 July 2008 concerning the public function and status of public official and am paid in compliance with the law. Technical staff of the Board shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the labour legislation, being paid in compliance with the law.
(3) the structure, personnel and State apparatus of the Council are covered by a regulation approved by the Superior Council of the prosecutors.


Section 4 aOrganele Council of Prosecutors Article 82. The bodies subordinated to the Superior Council of Prosecutors under the control of the Superior Council of the prosecutors operate: a) for selecting and College career prosecutors;
b) College of performance evaluation of prosecutors;
c) College discipline and ethics.
Article 83. College composition (1) Each college in the subordination of the Superior Council of public prosecutors is composed of 7 members, as follows: a) 5 are elected by the general meeting of Prosecutors from the ranks of prosecutors;
b) 2 are elected by Superior Council of Prosecutors, through public competition among representatives of civil society.
(2) Are considered to be elected members of the College's first five prosecutors who garnered the highest number of votes at the general meeting of prosecutors. Next on the list of candidates for prosecutors who have accumulated the highest number of votes to compensate the vacant functions in descending order of number of votes garnered.
(3) the Superior Council of Prosecutors also choose an alternate for representatives of civil society in accordance with the procedure laid down for the election of the representatives of civil society.

(4) Can run for the Office of Member of persons who satisfy the conditions laid down in article 21. 69 para. (6) and (7).
(5) in a College may not be elected members of the Superior Council of public prosecutors or members of another college.
(6) members of the Forum are elected for a period of 4 years.
(7) membership of the College shall be terminated under the terms of art. 76. In the event of termination of the term of Office of a member of the College prior to the expiry of the period of 4 years, an alternate will continue the exercise.
(8) the President of the College is elected by secret ballot from among its members at the first meeting of the College.
(9) no objection or a member of the College refrain takes place in conformity with the provisions of art. 78. (1) where the College examines a matter concerning one of its members, it did not participate in the examination of the subject in question.
(11) the members of the Forum representatives of civil society shall receive a monthly allowance in the amount of 50% of the average salary of the members of the Superior Council of Prosecutors elected from the ranks of prosecutors. College members elected from the ranks of prosecutors shall be reduced by the amount of work during the period of their mandate.
(12) the powers, organization and functioning of colleges are established by this law and by the regulations approved by the Supreme Council of the prosecutors.
(13) in order to exercise their duties, colleges have the right to ask the prosecutors, public authorities, legal persons governed by public law all documents and the information they need.
(14) public authorities and Prosecutors, legal persons governed by public law are required to submit to colleges, within the period prescribed therein, the documents and information required. Colleges are required to comply with under the law, limited access to information regime that we have become known.
(15) Each college shall, on an annual basis, the Superior Council of Prosecutors a report on his work in the reference year, which shall be published on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 84. (1) meetings of the colleges Every College shall meet in meetings whenever necessary.
(2) the first session of the College is convened and chaired by the President of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(3) the time and place of the meeting of the College are established by the President of the College, after consultation with the members of the College.
(4) Meetings are chaired by the President of the College has been added. In the absence of the President of the College, the meeting is chaired by a member of the College elected from among the members present at the meeting.
(5) the College is Meeting the deliberative if she attends at least five members of the College.
(6) meetings of the College shall be recorded by means of video/audio. Recording of the meeting is attached to the minutes. The minutes shall be drawn up within 3 working days, being signed by the Chairman of the meeting and the Secretary, and shall be placed on the website of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
Article 85. Decisions (1) decisions of colleges colleges shall be issued in writing, are motivated, shall be signed by all members of the College shall be present at the meeting and publish, within 10 working days from the date of their issuance, on the official website of the Superior Council of prosecutors. Decisions concerning the evaluation of prosecutors shall not be published, but the evaluation results are released. Decisions are signed Holograph or, where appropriate, by electronic signature.
(2) the decisions of the College shall be by majority vote of the members elected at the College, except where this law provides another way of adopting decisions.
(3) the decisions of the College is to dispute the Superior Council of Prosecutors through the College within 5 working days of their commencement. An opposition may be filed by the person in respect of which the decision in question was adopted, and in the case of disciplinary procedure, and the person who filed the appeal, and also by inspection of the prosecutors.
(4) the decisions shall be forwarded to the College Council of Prosecutors the next day after the expiry of the term for contestation.
Article 86. Handling judgments against colleges (1) Appeals against decisions of colleges shall be examined no later than one month from the date of registration thereof at the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(2) the date, time and place of the examination of the opposition shall be communicated, not later than 3 working days before the date of performance of the meeting, the prosecutor referred to in the contested decision, the candidate to the Office of the Prosecutor who filed the complaint, the Inspector, as well as other persons, under the present law.
(3) following the examination of the opposition, the Superior Council of public prosecutors decide: (a) the maintenance of the contested decision);
b) cracking the judgement challenged and the adoption of new decisions by which the deciding cause.
Article 87. The powers of the college selection and career prosecutors (1) selection of College and career prosecutors shall have the following powers: (a) examine the dossiers of candidates) the Office of the Prosecutor, the documents submitted by the applicants and those concerning the candidates;
b) examines the records and paperwork submitted by prosecutors asking for a transfer or promotion into a superior function;
c) organizes and carries out interviews with participants in the contest;
d) offers participants scoring contest;
e) decisions state the reasons regarding the results of the contest;
f) has other duties provided by law or by regulations approved by the Supreme Council of the prosecutors.
(2) College for selection and career prosecutors shall, within a maximum period of 3 months, the materials submitted by the Secretariat of the High Council of the prosecutors.
Article 88. The powers of the performance evaluation of prosecutors College performance evaluation of prosecutors shall have the following powers: (a) evaluation program) establishes that the activity of prosecutors;
b) shall examine the dossiers to prosecutors submitted for evaluation, the documents presented by them or referring to them;
c) organizes and carries out interviews with prosecutors submitted for evaluation;
d) decisions regarding the prosecutors submitted for evaluation.
Article 89. Powers of discipline and ethics of College discipline and ethics shall have the following powers: a disciplining) examines causes initiated against prosecutors, prosecutors received from Inspection, and apply, as appropriate, disciplinary sanctions;
b) adopted recommendations on prevention of deviations within the Disciplinary Prosecutor and observance of ethics for prosecutors.


TITLE IVPERSONALUL THE PROSECUTOR. BUDGET PROCURATURIICapitolul XIIPERSONALUL PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE article 90. The staff of the Prosecutor (1) within the Prosecutor-enable: a) prosecutors;
(b) civil servants);
c) civil servants with special status;
d) technical staff.
(2) the Prosecutor's Staff with civil servant status consists of consultants, specialists you parent Attorney, coordinators and specialists specialists. The status of civil servants within the Prosecutor's Office is regulated by law. 158-XVI dated 4 July 2008 concerning the public function and status of public official.
(3) the Statute of the Prosecutor's counsel is regulated by law. 158-XVI dated 4 July 2008 concerning the public function and status of public official, and its powers are governed by the code of criminal procedure.
(4) Inspectors within the inspection provisions apply, prosecutors law. 158-XVI dated 4 July 2008 concerning the public function and status of public official in part what is not covered by this law or other laws.
(5) technical staff carry out technical support of the Prosecutor, and its status is regulated by labour legislation.
(6) the organisation and operation of the Prosecutor's Office subdivisions made up of civil servants and civil servants with special status and of subdivisions consist of technical staff, as well as the duties of the staff of such subdivision shall be established by the regulation approved by the Attorney General.


Chapter XIIIBUGETUL Of The PROSECUTOR. ORGANISATIONAL and technical-material to the PROSECUTOR in article 91. The budget of the Prosecutor's Office (1) the Prosecutor shall be financed from the State budget within the limits of budgetary allocations approved by the annual budgetary law.
(2) the budget of the Prosecutor's Office is unique and is administered by the General Prosecutor's Office. Procuraturilor specialized budgets shall be reflected separately in the budget of the Prosecutor's Office.
(3) draft budget of the Prosecutor is prepared by the Prosecutor-General, with the opinion of the Superior Council of prosecutors.
(4) the budget of the Prosecutor's Office shall be prepared, approved and administered in accordance with the principles, rules and procedures established by the legislation on public finances and budgetary and fiscal responsibility.
Article 92. Ensuring the work of the Prosecutor's Office (1) the authorities of Central and local public administration are obliged to ensure the Prosecutor with Service rooms.

(2) ensuring criminal procuraturilor with technical means of telecommunication and computer science, with car transport service, with suitable working conditions in order to protect the health and physical and psychological integrity of Prosecutor put in charge of the General Prosecutor's Office and from the means of the State budget (3) economic and financial Activities, administrative, secretarial and archive are provided by the corresponding subdivisions of the Prosecutor-General , whose powers are established by the regulation approved by the Attorney General.
Article 93. Statistical information the Prosecutor-General shall ensure, by means of information technology, collection, processing, tabulation and analysis of statistical information on the State of crime and Prosecution activity, and regular publication of it.
Article 94. International relations the Prosecutor may maintain international relations and to conclude direct contracts and agreements with foreign similar institutions within the limits established by law.
Article 95. Prosecution offices have seal seal with the coat of arms of the State and with their name.
Article 96. (1) the guard guarding the premises and other assets of its Prosecutor, safety, public order in premises of procuraturilor, control of persons at the entry and the exit from the premises of the procuraturilor are provided from the State budget (2) Guarding the State Attorney General is ensured in compliance with the law.


TITLE VDISPOZIȚII FINAL and TRANSITIONAL Provisions Article 97 of this law shall be supplemented by the provisions of the labour legislation, the rules of common law, criminal offences or civil, as appropriate, in so far as they do not contravene the laws of the special status and activity of the prosecutors.
Article 98 (1) this law shall enter into force on 1 august 2016, with the exception of:-. 17 para. (10) to (12), in part related to the appointment of the Attorney General by the President of the Republic, which will enter into force after the amendment of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova. Until the date of entry into force of the amendments to the Constitution shall apply to the provisions of art. 40 para. (1) of law No. 294-XVI dated 25 December 2008 with regard to the Prosecutor's Office in the body which is called the Attorney General, and the provisions of art. 70 paragraph 1. (1) (a). d) of this Act, which shall apply accordingly.
-the provisions of article 7. 16, which will be implemented with effect from 1 January 2017.
(2) the provisions of art. 5 letter (d)) of this law are in force until the establishment of the electronic register of complaints-R1.
(3) the Attorney General in relation to the date of entry into force of the present law shall continue during the term of Office for which he was appointed.
(4) the first term of the first Deputy Prosecutor General and the Attorney General of Exchange in relation to the date of entry into force of the present law does not cease with the appointment of the new General Prosecutor under the conditions of this law.
(5) the prohibitions with respect to the number of mandates established by this law, shall extend to the warrants exercised by virtue of legal provisions.
(6) the Prosecutors referred to in art. 25 para. (4) on the date of entry into force of this law shall be appointed on the basis for an indefinite period and exercised: (a)) for a period of up to 5 years-continues the activity until the expiry of 5 years from the first mandate;
b) exercised a mandate of 5 years or more-terminates the mandate from the date of entry into force of this law, that period is describing for the first time, and the function in question shall be removed from the contest.
(7) in paragraph 2, indicate Prosecutors (6) (a). b) continues to exercise the powers of the Chief Prosecutor until the appointment of a new Chief Prosecutor.
(8) disciplinary procedures pending on the day of entry into force of this law shall be examined further under the provisions of this law. Actions undertaken or completed in accordance with the law. 294-XVI dated 25 December 2008 with regard to the Prosecutor's Office shall be deemed to be valid. In the coming term of the disciplinary actions committed before the entry into force of this law shall apply to the provisions of this law.
(9) until the entry into force of this law, the Attorney General will assure the creation of inspection under the Prosecutor-General's prosecutors, inspectors on the basis of the criteria laid down in article 21. 52 para. (2) and approving the inspection of the prosecutors.
(10) within 6 months after the date of publication of the present law, the Attorney General will approve normative acts necessary to implement the provisions of this law and shall ensure their publication on the official website of the Prosecutor General's Office.
(11) the Superior Council of public prosecutors: he) will continue its work in composition at the time of entry into force of this law-until expiry of the term of its members;
b) in order to implement the provisions of the present law, shall adopt acts provided for in this law, will bring its normative acts in compliance with this and will ensure their publication on the official website of the Prosecutor General;
c) until the entry into force of the present law, will provide for the establishment of the college selection and career prosecutors, the College of prosecutors and the performance evaluation of discipline and ethics.
(12) the qualification College of law is dissolved on the day of the establishment of the college selection and career prosecutors and the performance evaluation of prosecutors. The College disciplinary law is dissolved on the day of the establishment of discipline and ethics.
Article 99 (1) Prosecutor Court of appeal level, military prosecutor and Prosecutor of the outgoing transport after the date of entry into force of this law.
(2) upon termination of the activity referred to in paragraph 1 procuraturilor. (1) prosecutors and heads of these prosecutors-prosecutions will propose transferring, with their consent, to other specialised Prosecutor or the vacancies for prosecutors, with the exception of the functions of the Chief Prosecutor.
(3) the moveable and immovable property of procuraturilor indicated in paragraph 1. (1) it manages by the Prosecutor General.
(4) the officials and other staff of the procuraturilor referred to in paragraph 1. (1) will be transferred, in the appropriate functions to other prosecutions under employment personnel bulletins, the provisions of law No. 158-XVI dated 4 July 2008 concerning the public function and status of public functionary and of labour legislation.
(5) the files and other documents in the archive procuraturilor listed in paragraph 1. (1) shall be transmitted to the Prosecutor-General Archives.
(6) within 10 working days of the entry into force of this law, regardless of the procedural stage at which it was in the investigation, criminal, civil and administrative, as well as other documents in executing the Prosecutor indicated in paragraph 1. (1) will be transmitted to the Attorney General or a deputy designated by order of the Attorney-General, who, within 10 working days of receipt, you will be divided in accordance with the principle of territoriality and the competence for further proceedings in accordance with the legislation in force.
(7) the Prosecutor is created to combat organised crime and Special Causes, who will start from the moment of entry into force of the present law, after selecting and appointing officials to prosecutors.
(8) the prosecution anti-corruption drive after the coming into force of this law, he continued his activities in accordance with the provisions of art. 9. (9) Prosecutors within the Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office and from the Prosecutor-General can be transferred to other duties or reconfirm the functions of public prosecutor at the Prosecutor's offices or at the Prosecutor General's Office, the authority, without contest, with the exception of the functions of the Chief Prosecutor.
(10) the Prosecutor autonomous territorial unit Gagauzia, Prosecutor Ceadir-Lunga, Vulcăneşti and Comrat merges into a single Prosecutor's Office Prosecutor-ATU. Movable and immovable property, procuraturilor archives and records, materials, and other documents in the execution they shall be transmitted to the Prosecutor of Gagauzia. Prosecutors will continue their procuraturilor merged activities within the Prosecutor's administrative territorial unit Gagauzia. Prosecutors-heads of procuraturilor merged they will continue as Deputy Chief Prosecutor Prosecutor Atu until the expiration of the mandates for which they were appointed.
(11) from 1 January 2017, Botanica, Buiucani sectors prosecution offices, Center, Ciocana and riscani and Chisinau Prosecutor merges into a single Prosecutor-General Prosecutor's Office of the Chisinau municipality. Movable and immovable property, procuraturilor archives and records, materials and other documents in the execution they shall be transmitted to the Prosecutor of the Chisinau municipality. Procuraturilor prosecutors merged continues working in the Chisinau Prosecutor. Prosecutors-heads of procuraturilor merged they will continue working as Deputy Chief Prosecutor of Chisinau Prosecutor's Office until the expiration of the mandates for which they were appointed.

(12) the Chief prosecutors whose duties are reduced as a result of reorganization pursuant to this law may choose to remain in a position vacant Prosecutor, without contest, as follows: the Ministers) prosecutors-General-Prosecutor in the Office of the Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General's Office, a prosecutor or a Prosecutor of territorial;
b) prosecutors-heads of anti-corruption Prosecutor-the position of Prosecutor for the Anti-corruption Prosecutor's Office, Prosecutor's Office Prosecutor General or of a territorial unit;
c) prosecutors-heads of procuraturilor Court of appeal level, ai procuraturilor, Prosecutor of military transport and territorial procuraturilor-in as Prosecutor of a Prosecutor.
(13) in the formation of the new structure of the Prosecutor's Office in accordance with this Act, the functions of the Chief Prosecutor and Deputy Chief Prosecutor dealing through competition.
(14) until the entry into force of this law shall be drawn up and approved their procuraturilor structure, constituencies and personnel for each prosecutor's Office.
Article 100 (1) within 3 months from the date of publication of the present law, the Government will: a) submit to the Parliament proposals on bringing the legislation in force in accordance with the present law, with the exception of special draft laws on the operation of procuraturilor, which will be presented to Parliament in the May 1, 2016;
b) will bring its normative acts in compliance with this law.
(2) the date of entry into force of the present law, law No. 294-XVI dated 25 December 2008 with regard to the Prosecutor's Office shall be repealed, with the exception provided for in article 10. 98 para. (1) of this Act.
(3) until the implementation of legislation consistent with the present law, legislative acts in force, as well as other normative acts shall apply insofar as they do not contravene this law.