The European Union Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) announced yesterday (March 27) that it has recently appointed two more representatives from Bulgaria, one more each from Estonia and Italy.
It was added that a candidate from Bulgaria was rejected. Recall that this is due to non-compliance with the requirements specified in the legislation regarding the activities of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the European Union.
According to Mediapool news, the Bulgarian candidacy was approved by prosecutors Mihaela Rydovska and Vasilyn Benchev, while the candidate was rejected by Juliana Hristova from the Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office, who was elected as a candidate by the Prosecutor’s Council of the Supreme Judicial Council without a single vote. against him.
Bulgaria’s quota in the EPPO has not been fulfilled smoothly from the start, and recently, at the end of February, Justice Minister Krom Zharkov announced that Laura Kovzi’s Bulgarian office had ordered an internal audit.
Shortly before that, two of the nine European prosecutors, Laura Covesi, preferred to leave the European Prosecutor’s Office and return to her job in the Bulgarian Prosecutor’s Office headed by Ivan Jessev, and another prosecutor, chosen by examination, is expected to resign from office.
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