1The High Prosecutorial Council is a collegial body composed of eleven members who serve on full-time basis. Six members of the Council are prosecutors from all levels of the prosecution service. The other five members of the Council are jurists non-prosecutors selected from ranks of advocates, law professors and representatives of civil society.
2Prosecutor members are elected by the General Meeting of prosecutors from all levels.
3The non-prosecutor members being elected from the ranks of the advocates, ranks of the teachers of law faculties and the School of Magistrates as well as civil society are elected by the Assembly, upon a preliminary evaluation process of the legal conditions and criteria, under the rules provided for in this law.
4The member of the High Prosecutorial Council, unless circumstances for early termination of the mandate have been established, shall hold office for 5 years, with no right to consecutive re-election.