Article 110. In administering justice judges shall be independent and subordinate to law alone. Any interference in judges’ activities in the administration of justice shall be impermissible and liable to legal action.
Attorney General’s Office
Article 125. The Procurator-General of the Republic of Belarus and subordinate public prosecutors shall be entrusted to supervise the strict and unified implementation of the laws, decrees, regulations and other enforceable enactments by ministers and other bodies subordinate to the Council of Ministers, as well as by local representative and executive bodies, enterprises, organizations, establishments, public associations, officials and citizens. The Procurators Office shall exercise supervision over the implementation of the laws determining the execution of the verdicts of the courts in civil, criminal and administrative cases in instances determined by the law, as well as shall carry out preliminary investigation and support state charges in the courts. Article 126. The Procurator-General shall head the unified and centralized system of bodies of the Procurators Office, and shall be appointed by the President with the consent of the Council of the Republic. The subordinate public prosecutors shall be appointed by the Procurator-General. Article 127. The Procurator-General and subordinate public procurators shall be independent in the exercise of their powers and guided by the legislation. The Procurator-General shall be accountable to the President.