The Public Prosecutor is tasked with promoting the implementation of the law and ensuring the respect of legality, fundamental rights and equality before the law.
The Public Prosecutor must be a judiciary authority, independent of the executive branch.
For Medel, the magistrates who exercise the functions of the Public Prosecutor must enjoy the same freedoms and guarantees as those defined in its declaration on the European Statute of Magistracy.
This was the subject of the Declaration of Principles on the Public Prosecutor, adopted in Naples(1996).
Les mauvais jours finiront – CHAP 9 par labandepassante
Benoist Hurel, Le parquet en France (2008) in Les mauvais jours finiront –par labandepassante