Justice Minister Tudorel Toader said on Thursday that he will make a decision regarding the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) leadership this year and that he would consider several issues, not only the Judicial Inspectorate’s report.
“I can’t tell you the exact day, yet shortly, this year for certain. If and when I decide, this I will announce through the media. (…) It’s something we are working on. It is my duty, I was the one to request the Judicial Inspectorate to conduct a leadership assessment, after ten years, at the Public Ministry and the DNA,” Minister Toader told private broadcaster Antena 3.
He mentioned he has received the report from the Judicial Inspectorate following the assessment at the Public Ministry and is to be debated next week by the prosecutor section of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM).
The CSM prosecutor section has approved, with observations, the Judicial Inspectorate’s report, conducted by six inspectors, on the assessment at the DNA.