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Profile updated: 30.06.20
 Iurie Ghervas 
 prosecutor 
Iurie Ghervas is a prosecutor representing the state in trials held at the Supreme Court of Justice. Earlier he worked at Section #1 of the Criminal Investigation Department and for a while he held the interim leadership there.

In 2010, Mr. Ghervas was summoned before a disciplinary board for questioning about his decision not to prosecute a police officer who had used his sidearm to fire at a car full of family members. The prosecutor-general later ordered a probe regarding the officer. As a consequence Mr. Ghervas received a “severe” formal warning in March 2010, which the prosecutor-general dismissed as too mild. The same month the disciplinary board degraded Iurie Ghervas who meanwhile apologized for wrongdoing.

A human rights watchdog, Jurists for Human Rights, says the actions undertaken by prosecutor Iurie Ghervas have been deliberated at the European Court of Human Rights, in a case of detention of a plaintiff in inhumane conditions.

The name of prosecutor Ghervas also appears in the dossier about Andrei Pintea, a convicted deputy to the prosecutor-general, who has been released under amnesty regulations, according to a coverage by RISE Moldova. Mr. Pintea had ordered Mr. Ghervas to pass the evidence regarding the criminal activity by Grigore Caramalac to the Russian authorities, for trial on Russian territory, on the ground that Mr. Caramalac - a Moldovan national - was also a Russian citizen. Mr. Caramalac upon his release immediately fled to Russia, without being prosecuted in either country.

Iurie Ghervas has been married to a judge at the Supreme Court of Justice, Maria Ghervas. The couple owns a house over 160 square meters, an apartment, two garages, and shares in a number of firms.
   Political Affiliation 
   Private Function 
   Public Function 
   Career 
2016
General Prosecutor Office
prosecutor, Section for Representation of Accusation at the Supreme Court of Justice
2010
General Prosecutor Office
2016
prosecutor, interim chief, Criminal Investigation Control Section
   Income 
2019
Total: 1.765.881,89 MDL
2018
Total: 1.202,00 EUR
996.481,00 MDL
4.920,00 USD
2017
Total: 1.168,00 EUR
934.341,42 MDL
2016
Total: 694.118,31 MDL
2015
Total: 545.586,14 MDL
10.000,00 USD
2014
Total: 617.353,60 MDL
9.500,00 USD
2013
Total: 311.019,00 MDL
2012
Total: 231.742,00 MDL
   Real Estate 
2019
Urban land
Value: 532,11 MDL
Area: 0,0408 ha
Ownership: 100%
2010
Apartment
Value: 401.638,00 MDL
Area: 64,7 mp
Ownership: 100%
2009
Other real estate
Value: N/A
Area: 7 mp
Ownership: 100%
2006
Garage
Value: N/A
Area: 20 mp
Ownership: 100%
1995
House
Value: 372.778,00 MDL
Area: 163,2 mp
Ownership: 100%
1995
Urban land
Value: 104.131,00 MDL
Area: 0,0633 ha
Ownership: possession
1994
Garage
Value: 71.811,00 MDL
Area: 40 mp
Ownership: 100%
   Mobile Assets 
2010
Car
Skoda Octavia
Value: 12.900,00 EUR
1 share
ICAM SA
Value: 5,00 MDL
1 share
Mioara SA
Value: 5,00 MDL
1 share
Mioara SA
Value: 5,00 MDL
Owner: spouse
1 share
Balteanca SA
Value: 7,00 MDL
1 share
Montorul SA
Value: 10,00 MDL
1 share
Montorul SA
Value: 10,00 MDL
Owner: spouse
2 shares
Triada-Holding SA
Value: 10,00 MDL
1 share
Lemnar SA
Value: 15,00 MDL
7 shares
Balteanca SA
Value: 70,00 MDL
Owner: spouse
5 shares
Lemnar SA
Value: 75,00 MDL
Owner: spouse
   Bank Accounts 
 Total: 1.202,00 EUR
876.723,37 MDL
4.920,00 USD
   Investigations 
   Documents 
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 politician 
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 politician 
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 politician 
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   Connections 
spouse (judge)
Association of Prosecutors from Moldova
member
Balteanca SA
shareholder
ICAM SA
shareholder
Lemnar SA
shareholder
Mioara SA
shareholder
Prosecutor Office Union
member
Triada-Holding SA
shareholder