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The position or office of a procurator.
- ‘He can't persuade the procuracy to open or close a case.’
- ‘Correspondence of approaches to and requirements on the organizational development of structural organs of the military procuracy with the main provisions of building the state.’
- ‘To develop the structures, upgrade and modify them is one of the most important components of the organizational development of the military procuracy organs.’
- ‘The ability of the organizational structures of military procuracy to coordinate, in accordance with the law, the combating of crime by the law-enforcement agencies.’
- ‘The procuracy (abolished in 1918 but reinstated in 1922) became highly centralized, with the prosecutor-general appointing and supervising republic and district prosecutors.’
- ‘The chairmen of military tribunals were made responsible of armies, combined units and garrisons for organizing such work in appropriate units jointly with their commands, political organs and military procuracies.’
- ‘In any circumstances, however, the quantity-quality composition of military procuracy organs should guarantee an effective and successful performance of job-related tasks and functions in all types of activities.’
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