The president of Moldova appointed Laurențiu Hadîrcă as a member of the Independent Anti-Corruption Advisory Committee (CCIA)

Laurențiu Hadîrcă is the new member of the Independent Anti-Corruption Advisory Committee (CCIA), as appointed by the President of Moldova Maia Sandu.

Mr Hadîrcă is an experienced lawyer with demonstrated history of working on human rights, legal reform, anti-corruption, conflict prevention and international affairs in the Balkans, Central and Eastern Europe, South Caucasus, and Central Asia. He has over 15 years of professional and progressively responsible legal experience with different international organizations, including the OSCE and the EU, in both field missions (in R. Moldova, Kosovo/Serbia, Albania) as well as central institutions (in Warsaw and The Hague). Laurențiu Hadîrcă has a strong legal and policy background with decades-long professional experience, including in conflict-affected areas, as well as academic credentials from several institutes and universities.

As a member of the Committee, Mr Hadîrcă will contribute to drafting reports about systemic corruption in state institutions, monitor the progress and effectiveness of Moldovan anti-corruption efforts of relevant actors, and engage at the highest levels of the Moldovan government to advocate for the proposed reforms.

Mr Hadîrcă became a member of the CCIA after the co-chair Alina Radu withdrew from the Committee on August 23rd, 2021. Learn more about the CCIA members here.

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