The Government will examine tomorrow meeting, November 30th, a bill which provides for the secrecy of information on professional integrity testing.
According to that document, any information likely to reveal the “staff, forces, content, plans, organization, financing, technical and material supply, but also the ways, tactics, methods and means of professional integrity testing, will constitute a state secret.”
The bill stipulates that only the Intelligence and Security Services and National Anti-Corruption Center will have access to this information.
Recently, the Ministry of Justice proposed a bill that would expand the list of persons with the right of access to state secrets. Among them are the President of the Superior Council of Magistracy (SCM), presidents of courts, public authorities and certain leaders such as NAD director, general manager of the NAER, the president of the CEC, the president of the BCC etc.