Monday, March 27, 2017

Inspectorate Department

Article 34: (Organic Law N°15/2006 OF 24/03/2006)

 

The inspectorate of the Prosecutor General of the Republic is composed of inspectors who are required to be Prosecutors. They are based in the office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic. They are appointed and removed from office by the Supreme Council of Prosecution.The inspectorate of the Prosecutor General of the Republic shall be responsible for supervision and control of the functioning of the Prosecution Service

The inspectorate of the Prosecutor General of the Republic shall also be responsible for:

1° investigating on the complaints relating to performance of the prosecutors or other staff of the Prosecution Service;

2° controlling the use of the property, funds and equipment of the organs of the Parquet General of the Republic;

3° submitting a report of matters on which it carried out investigations or supervision to the Prosecutor General of the Republic who, in turn, submits it to the Supreme Council of the Prosecution;

4° advising the Prosecutor General of the Republic and the Supreme Council of the Prosecution Service on matters concerning administration and functioning of the organs of the Prosecution Service;

5° preparing proposals of regulations concerning prosecutors;

6° performing other activities as may be assigned by the Prosecutor General of the Republic or the Supreme Council of the Prosecution.

During the performance of the inspectorate duties, the inspectors of the Parquet General of the Republic shall not be allowed to carry out duties of investigation and prosecution of offenses 

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