Courthouses in Turkey will start using thermal cameras at their entrances to screen for fevers to prevent anyone potentially infected with the coronavirus from entering the premises, Justice Minister Abdülhamit Gül said on May 29 as the country's judiciary is set to resume its work as part of its normalization phase.
As Angela Griep, a spokesperson for The Hague tribunal, told "Politico", the statutory deadline for confirming or rejecting the indictment is six months.
This means, according to the newspaper, that the names of the indictees will be known no later than August, after which the trials on the confirmed indictments will be scheduled.
The subpoena of two prosecutors from the Superior Council of Magistrates (CSM) for hearings at Justice Crime Investigation Section (SIIJ) represents an additional reason for the dismantling of the SIIJ, Prime Minister-designate Ludovic Orban affirmed on Monday. "All the more reason to dismantle the Special Section.
Five people, including Poledica, were arrested in the follow-up of pre-trial proceedings for abuse of the public company "Railway Infrastructure".
The Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime said that the prosecutor had issued an order to investigate Miroljub Jevtic, Branimir Alimpic, Zoran Stanojevic, Mirko Medo, Predrag Curcic and Miodrag Poledica.
Judge Nicoleta Margareta Tint was elected, on Wednesday, president of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM), sources from the institution have specified for AGERPRES. There were 15 votes "in favour'' and 4 ''against".