The civil, commercial and administrative litigation panel of the Supreme Court of Justice has rejected the appeal filed by the General Prosecutor's Office (PG) against the Superior Council of Prosecutors (CSP). The decision is final and puts an end to the dissensions that arose after the CSP magistrates rejected the candidacy of the former interim general prosecutor, Dumitru Robu, for the position of interim deputy head of the Prosecutor's Office for Combating Organized Crime and Special Cases (PCCOCS). Previously, the CSP had also rejected Robu's candidacy for the position of deputy of the current interim head of PG, Ion Munteanu.
The decision to reject the appeal was pronounced by the president of the session, judge Tamara Chișca-Doneva, with the participation of magistrates Aliona Miron and Iurie Bejenaru.
The court stated that the General Prosecutor's Office did not indicate which of its rights or legitimate interests were violated by the contested administrative operation, and that the action was inadmissible because the plaintiff could not claim the violation of a right through administrative activity. Additionally, the court noted that the action did not meet the procedural conditions to be considered admissible, and therefore the court of first instance correctly did not proceed to the examination and resolution of the merits of the administrative litigation case.
On November 1, 2022, the CSP rejected Robu's candidacy for the position of interim deputy head of PCCOCS. The motion for his appointment was submitted by the acting general prosecutor, Ion Munteanu.
The General Prosecutor's Office and Robu subsequently filed an administrative lawsuit, requesting the annulment of the CSP's decision. Both the first instance and the Chisinau Court of Appeal, by the decision of November 21, 2022, declared the summons inadmissible.
Dumitru Robu's candidacy was also rejected by the CSP on October 21, 2022, when he was proposed for the position of acting deputy general prosecutor.
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