The Second Instance Disciplinary Commission of the HJPC B&H has made a decision in the proceedings against Gordana Tadić, the Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H.
As reported by the HJPC B&H, the Commission confirmed the first-instance decision, which relieved Tadić of his duties.
- Rejects as unfounded the appeal of the defendant and confirms the decision of the First Instance Disciplinary Commission of July 23, 2021. year - it is stated in the decision.
However, this is an invalid decision because Tadić has the right to appeal to the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council, which must give the final word.
- Pursuant to the provisions of Article 58, Paragraph 1, Item (e) and Article 59 of the Law on the HJPC of B&H, the disciplinary measure was imposed on the respondent: Transfer from the position of Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the position of Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina. An appeal against the decision of the Second Instance Commission of the HJPC B&H may be filed with the Council as a whole within 8 days from the day of receipt of the decision. The decision of the Second Instance Disciplinary Commission can be challenged only due to the imposed disciplinary measure, in accordance with Article 103, paragraph 2 of the Rules of Procedure of the HJPC B&H - it is stated in the decision.
The lawsuit filed against Tadić by the Office of the Disciplinary Prosecutor states that she neglected the obligations and orders of the HJPC to assign cases of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H to prosecutors through a system that is automated. Also, as stated in the lawsuit, Tadić failed to ensure the initiation of the procedure of personal security checks of the staff of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H that handles classified information, as well as the order of the HJPC that all judicial institutions in B&H implement all obligations and measures of the Law on Protection of Classified Information.