Prishtina, 24th of July 2015 – There was held the hundred-second meeting of Kosovo Prosecutorial Council, chaired by Chairman of Kosovo Prosecutorial Council, simultaneously Chief State Prosecutor, Aleksandër Lumezi.
On behalf of the Prosecutors` Appointment Committee in the Office of Chief State Prosecutor, Chairman of the Committee, Chief State Prosecutor Aleksandër Lumezi, on his briefing has informed that following the review of the documents and interviewing seven candidates who have applied for the vacancy announcement for Prosecutors in the Office of Chief State Prosecutor, the Committee proposes to KPC appointment in the position of Prosecutors in the Office of Chief State Prosecutor three most successful candidates who have met general and special criteria.
The most successful candidates evaluated by the Committee, were: Sevdije Morina, Acting Chief Prosecutor in the Special Prosecution of the Republic of Kosova, Besim Kelmendi, Prosecutor in the Special Prosecution of the Republic of Kosova and Lulzim Sylejmani Prosecutor in the Appellate Prosecution. KPC members have unanimously approved the proposition of the Committee for appointment of Sevdije Morina, Besim Kelmendi and Lulzim Sylejmani in the position of Prosecutors in the Office of Chief State Prosecutor. Among others in this meeting was decided that based on Brussels Agreement for Justice, Kosovo Prosecutorial Council shall announce vacancy for appointment of six Prosecutors from minority communities. According to Brussels Agreement, members of KPC have also unanimously taken the Decision that Secretariat of the Office of Chief State Prosecutor shall announce the vacancy for recruitment of the supporting staff for Prosecutors coming from minority communities. In this meeting National Coordinator in charge of fighting Economic Crimes, Shqipdon Fazliu presented a quarter report for time-period April-June 2015. Following the presentation of this report, KPC members have concluded that: • All Chief Prosecutors of the Basic Prosecutions are obliged to discuss with the Prosecutors in their Prosecutors to be more attentive in regard to providing data for the data-base for confiscation and sequestration of assets obtained through criminal offenses;
All Chief Prosecutors of the Basic Prosecutions are obliged to strictly implement the Law on extended powers for confiscation of assets, in those cases when suspects are fugitives or deceased. They shall request from Courts to carry on with those procedures until the final decision for confiscation of those assets is brought. • As far as sequestrated and confiscated vehicles are concerned, Prosecutors and Chief Prosecutors in cooperation with Courts shall initiate procedures, by requesting their sale and the respective material gains to be allocated in the budget of the Republic of Kosova; • National Coordinator in charge of fighting Economic Crimes is obliged to inform Chief Prosecutors regarding the aforementioned obligations. Today, KPC members have also approved the request of Prosecutor Musli Gashi, for transfer from the General Department of the Basic Prosecution in Gjakova to the General Department of the Basic Prosecution in Prizren.