Council Implementing Decision (EU) 2020/1117 appointing the European Prosecutors of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office

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Publication Date 29/07/2020
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Implementing Decision (EU) 2020/1117 - adopted by the Council of the European Union on 27 July 2020 - appointing the European Prosecutors of the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO).

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The Council appointed the following College of European Prosecutors (one per Member State) to be part of the EPPO:

  • Frédéric Baab
  • Cătălin-Laurențiu Borcoman
  • Jaka Brezigar
  • Danilo Ceccarelli
  • Gatis Doniks
  • Yvonne Farrugia
  • Teodora Georgieva
  • Daniëlle Goudriaan
  • Petr Klement
  • Tomas Krušna
  • Tamara Laptoš
  • Katerina Loizou
  • Ingrid Maschl-Clausen
  • José Eduardo Moreira Alves d'Oliveira Guerra
  • Juraj Novocký
  • Andrés Ritter
  • Maria Concepción Sabadell Carnicero
  • Gabriel Seixas
  • Kristel Siitam-Nyiri
  • Harri Tiesmaa
  • Yves Van Den Berge
  • Dimitrios Zimianitis

The European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) is an independent body of the European Union (EU) responsible for investigating, prosecuting and bringing to judgment crimes against the financial interests of the EU. It was established by Regulation (EU) 2017/1939. The European Chief Prosecutor was appointed by Decision (EU) 2019/1798 following a selection procedure. By this date, there were 22 Member States participating in the EPPO through the enhanced cooperation mechanism.

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Romania Insider, 28/07/2020: Romanian Cătălin Borcoman, among the recently-appointed prosecutors of the European Public Prosecutor's Office
Malta Today, 29/07/2020: Yvonne Farrugia appointed Malta prosecutor in European Public Prosecutor’s Office

Council of the European Union: Press Release, 27/07/2020: EU Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO): Council appoints European prosecutors
Council of the European Union: Infographics - College of the EU Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO)

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