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New PGR "has deep knowledge of the MP"

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New PGR "has deep knowledge of the MP"

Post by Pedro Silva on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:36 pm

My friends, this was takem from Correio da Manhã newspaper:

http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/ultima-hora/nova-pgr-tem-conhecimento-profundo-do-mp

According to the former Minister of Justice, Lucio Laborinho

New PGR "has deep knowledge of the MP"

The former justice minister Laborinho Lucio said on Tuesday that the appointment of Joan Marques Vidal to the post of Attorney General's Office (PGR) was an "excellent" choice, stressing that the magistrate has a "deep knowledge" of the Ministry Public.

"Joana Marques Vidal is a very competent magistrate, with extensive experience in various areas of intervention in the human dimension that connects to a technical dimension, and the internal structure of the prosecution, whose organization also calls for ongoing dialogue, which is essential ahead is a person who has knowledge of the subjects, "said Alvaro Laborinho, counselor retired judge of the Supreme Court.

Joana Marques Vidal is a person "determined, able to take on the problems with straightforwardness and have a relationship with the outside world also very frontal and true" and therefore meets all the requirements to be "transformed into a magnificent" Attorney General 's Office (PGR), he added.

Laborinho Lucio, who knows Joana Marques Vidal "for many years", having worked with the magistrate in the Portuguese Association for Victim Support (APAV) and Growing Ser (Portuguese association for the rights of children and the family), also emphasized the deep knowledge that the magistrate has the field of intervention and civic associations.

"There's a clear path of commitment and concern for the other (...) which gives you a perspective of a world that is also of interest to prosecutors and that lets you find your experience in a quality support action that will develop," stressed.

About to complete 57 years in December, Joana Marques Vidal becomes the fifth PGR to be named after the 25th April.

Daughter of retired Judge Joseph Marques Vidal, director of the Judicial Police in the governments of Cavaco Silva, Joana Marques Vidal, takes office next Friday, for a term of six years.

Current legal audit of the Representative of the Republic for the Autonomous Region of the Azores, and accumulation, magistrate or prosecutor in the Court of Auditors, Regional Chamber of Azores, Ponta Delgada, the magistrate graduated in Law from the University College in 1978

Joana Marques Vidal:

http://diariodigital.sapo.pt/images_content/joanamarquesvidal.jpg

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more information about Joana Marques Vidal:

http://www.publico.pt/Sociedade/joana-marques-vidal-e-a-nova-procuradorageral-da-republica-1566471

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Joana Marques Vidal is the first woman Attorney General of the Republic

The prosecutor Joana Marques Vidal, 56, is the first woman to lead the Attorney General's Office announced this Monday the President of the Republic, Cavaco Silva said in a statement published on the website of the presidency.

The inauguration is scheduled for next Friday. The announcement is made on the day that the current Attorney General Fernando Pinto Monteiro, ending the six-year term.

Law degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon, Joana Marques Vidal's deputy attorney general, currently public prosecutor in the Azores Regional Chamber of the Court of Auditors. Specializing in the field of Family and Children's Rights, the prosecutor is since 2010 President of the Portuguese Association for Victim Support.

Daughter of retired Judge Joseph Marques Vidal, who directed the Judicial Police, the magistrate is the sister of the prosecutor João Marques Vidal, who led the investigation process Hidden Face / Face Oculta.

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Re: New PGR "has deep knowledge of the MP"

Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Oct 10, 2012 9:28 pm

My friends, this was taken from Correio da Manhã newspaper:

http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/nacional/actualidade/dciap-sob-suspeita-no-arranque-do-mandato

Investigation: First 'hot potato' in the hands of the new PGR

DCIAP under suspiction in starting the mandate

The Superior Council of the Public Ministry is studying a proposal from one of its members to conduct an inspection at the Central Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution (DCIAP), headed by Assistant Attorney General Candida Almeida. The CM found that the magistrate António Andrade Romao, board member put forward the proposal at the last meeting, held for 15 days, generating a debate with some controversy, centered on the analysis of the difference between making an inquiry and an administrative inspection.

Among the board members with whom the CM said, some people think that the discussion will end an inspection of the department and the magistrates, included in the annual plan of inspections prosecutors. Other milder versions point to the need to begin by discussing the technical and human resources department to put an end to the idea that the investigations do not walk due to a chronic lack of resources.

In practice, this will be the first dossier difficult for the new Attorney General of the Republic, Joana Marques Vidal, who will be sworn in next Friday. The DCIAP is a department that reports directly to the PGR and this is also what has the council convened. The discussion on this investigation in DCIAP was interrupted at the last meeting and will carry over to the next session, yet to score, where the proposal advanced by the magistrate Andrade Romao will be presented in writing.

The challenge to DCIAP and Candida Almeida is already an old question in prosecution. Last year, a meeting of union delegates approved a motion presented by the management of the union, then headed by Magistrate John Palma, in order to carry out an inspection to DCIAP. The war that Pinto Monteiro, outgoing attorney general, continued with the union eventually derail the inspection. Now, when you increase the volume of voices asking for changes in that department, the issue might be revived. "The question was not well placed in the last session of the council, but hardly fail to end an inspection of the DCIAP," said the CM element of the body.

The CM could not contact Candida Almeida, who is in Cape Verde to attend an international conference on justice. This ends the magistrate in DCIAP service commission in February next year. The department is DCIAP prosecutors with greater powers to Nationwide, which can investigate more complex cases. She is responsible for the 'Operation Hurricane' and other difficult cases.

MP WELCOMES APPOINTMENT RECEIVED

The choice of Joana Marques Vidal for Attorney General of the Republic was received with satisfaction by the prosecutor. Beyond the reactions of the Union of Prosecutors and other sectors this judiciary, the justice minister said yesterday that this appointment could "usher in a new era in the prosecutors." Paula Teixeira da Cruz told SIC waiting to see the finished "environment twitching between political and judicial" and praised the qualities of Joana Marques Vidal.

An influential assistant attorney general told to CM that prosecutors must unite around the new PGR. "We have to be cohesive, disciplined and supportive and help her play a good term," the same source said, noting that six years are crucial to the prosecution. Among the members of the Superior Council of Magistrates who are MP, reigns the idea that this is a "historic opportunity" to show that the MP is not ungovernable, failing which the future can draw up solutions very complicated.

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