The investigation remains in the prosecutor’s office. This became clear during a re-voting in the parliament of the contested provisions in the Judiciary Act. With the vote in the hall, the proposal of “Vazrazhdane” to remove the investigation from the prosecutor’s office was rejected.
The parliament considered in the second reading the presidential veto on the Law on the Judiciary, which foresees the creation of a special mechanism through which the Prosecutor General or his deputies will be investigated if there is evidence of committed crimes. The changes provide for the prosecutor’s collegium to appoint a prosecutor to investigate not only reports against the chief prosecutor, but also in cases where the report is against the deputy himself. Attorney General.
The Parliament adopted in the second reading changes to the Law on the Judiciary, with which the Supreme Judicial Council is obliged to build and introduce a unified system of random allocation within a six-month period, until then the current systems of random allocation will be applied.