“Considering that Plahotniuc and Dodon are not in power now, I return to that old proposal, launched about 10 years ago” – Ziarul de Garda
Moldova needs a European prosecutor, considers the first Member of Parliament Alecu Renita.
“On various shows, I was not alone, which I proposed in 2010-2011, the need to bring a European prosecutor to head the General Prosecutor’s Office. The Mafia vehemently opposed, misleading public opinion and shouting that it is an insult to Moldovans, who have the best lawyers in the world.
Considering that Plahotniuc and Dodon are not in power now, I return to that old proposal, launched about 10 years ago, and I repeat: Moldova needs a European prosecutor. It is the only chance for the general prosecutor not to be related to any of the Moldovans, not to be part of different interest groups, not to be totally foreign to the mafia and oligarchic clans, to the nations, cousins, nieces and cousins, to all the political spiders and bureaucratic, which turned the state into a threat and insult to free citizens”, considers Alecu Reniță.
On October 8, the magistrates from the Chisinau Court, Ciocana headquarters, partially admitted the request of the anti-corruption prosecutor Victor Furtună regarding the preventive arrest of the suspended general prosecutor, Alexandr Stoianoglo. Thus, the judges ordered the placement of Stoianoglo under house arrest for 30 days.
Upon leaving the courtroom, the suspended general prosecutor, Alexandr Stoianoglo, declared that “it is an illegal decision” and that the prosecutors did not submit “completed evidence”.
Anti-corruption prosecutor Victor Furtună claims that if there is not enough evidence, the court will not admit the prosecutors’ request regarding the granting of 30 days of arrest regarding the suspended general prosecutor, Alexandr Stoianoglo.
On October 5, around 21:00, after three hours of searches in the General Prosecutor’s Office (PG) building, Prosecutor General Alexandr Stoianoglo was escorted by intelligence and Security Service (SIS) masked men, detained for 72 hours. .
The resignations from the PG and the detention of the general prosecutor took place on Tuesday after the Superior Council of Prosecutors (CSP), around 14:00, admitted a notification of the deputy of the Action and Solidarity Party Lilian Carp against the general prosecutor and appointed the anti-corruption prosecutor Victor Furtună to investigate information about the notification. DETAILS HERE