The Judicial Inspection have started checks at the National Anti-corruption Directorate on Monday, following the Justice minister’s request to probe into the managerial efficiency of DNA and of the Prosecutor’s Office.
The checks will last until August 11.
Justice minister Tudorel Toader asked the Judicial Inspection on June 19 to conduct checks at the National Anti-corruption Directorate and at the Prosecutor’s Office to see how efficient are the current managers.
He argued that no control have been conducted at DNA for almost 10 years.
The minister’s move comes after recordings featuring the DNA chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi allegedly ordering her subordinates how to conduct investigations and whom they should target have been released in the public space.
Minister Toader underlined that the judicial inspection’s checks are meant to determine the order of the files the two prosecutor institutions are solving. The JusMin said he would not want that certain files should be finalized “as a priority”.