1The disciplinary proceedings hearings shall be held in public.
2The Council may decide, at the request of the parties or ex officio, to exclude the public from the hearing:
awhen the publicity of the hearing may damage the social morals or may divulge data which are to be kept secret for the interest of the state, if this is requested by the competent authority;
bas appropriate, to protect the right to privacy or to protect personal data of the magistrate or any other person,
cof the public demonstrates behaviour impairing the normal conduct of the hearing.
3At a hearing before a Council:
athe High Justice Inspector shall present arguments that the disciplinary misconduct has occurred and shall propose the disciplinary measures that should be imposed;
bthe magistrate or the magistrate’s representatives present the defence.
4The content of written statements shall not be repeated during the hearing.