The prosecutors’ section upon the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) has rejected a complaint filed by the Judicial Inspection against the National Anti-corruption Directorate chief prosecutor, Laura Codruta Kovesi and postponed decision in another case by one week.
The Judicial Inspection has announced on April 11 this year it is investigating the DNA chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi again for two misconduct offenses. The judicial inspectors claim that the anti-graft head had committed two misconduct offenses regarding some checks, after she would have delegated her adviser Dana Titian to carry out some checks on two territorial services.
CSM has overruled this complaint related to the checks, while postponing a verdict for the second complaint related to the DNA head’s denial to come before the inquiry committee set up in Parliament to investigate the presidential elections of 2009. CSM announced it would take a decision on June 20.
Laura Codruța Kovesi attended the CSM sitting today to make her point.
Read about the complaints here.