Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 2/2017

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Abstract: The specific role and duties of the public prosecution service in representing state interests and defending human rights requires careful balancing its autonomy and/or competences stipulated by constitution and laws. Significant influence with this regard have international standards arising from the Venice Commission practice as well as the Committee of Ministries recommendations. The specific context where this process of balancing become more important and more visible exists within accession negotiations for the membership in the EU but also in the EU itself due to [vezi tot]