The Council of Europe's Venice Commission will deliver its conclusions on Moldova's legislative amendments this week. Decisions will be made public after the Commission's meeting on Friday.
According to the Venice Commission website, first of all interim conclusions on the bills on the influence of oligarchs in Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia are expected to be adopted, infotag.md reports.
European experts will express their opinion on the so-called law on deoligarchization, requested by former Justice Minister Sergiu Litvinenco.
They will also discuss and give opinions on a draft law on counter-intelligence and foreign intelligence activities and on a draft law on the Moldovan Information and Security Service.
In addition, a joint opinion of the Venice Commission and the Council of Europe's Directorate General for Human Rights and Rule of Law on the draft law on the external evaluation of judges and prosecutors (vetting) is expected.