Public Prosecutors Office
Public Prosecutors Office- Constitution of Macedonia
5. The Public Prosecutor's Office
The Public Prosecutor's Office is a single and autonomous state body carrying out legal measures against persons who have committed criminal and other offences determined by law; it also performs other duties determined by law.
The Public Prosecutor's Office carries out its duties on the basis of and within the framework of the Constitution and law. The Public Prosecutor is appointed by the Assembly for a term of six years and is discharged by the Assembly.
The Public Prosecutor is granted immunity.
The Assembly decides on his/her immunity.
The office of the Public Prosecutor is incompatible with the
performance of any other public office, profession or membership in a
Constitution of Macedonia
|Basic Freedoms and Rights|
|Civil and Political Freedoms and Rights|
|Economic Social and Cultural Rights|
|Guarantees of Basic Freedoms and Rights|
|Foundations for Economic Relations|
|Organization of State Authority|
|Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia|
|President of the Republic of Macedonia|
|Government of the Republic of Macedonia|
|Public Prosecutors Office|
|Constitutional Court of The Republic of Macedonia|
|Local Self Government|
|Defence of the Republic and States of War and Emergency|
|Changes in the Constitution|
|Transitional and Final Clauses|
|Amendments To The Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia|
| Amendment XXXII
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